A group of protesters led by Nigerian hip-pop star, Eedris Abdulkarim, stormed the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, in Lagos today, accusing the General Overseer, Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye, of not speaking up against injustice and crises in the country.
In a reaction, Apostle Johnson Suleman, the GO of Omega Fire Ministries disagreed with the protesters who said that Adeboye has been quiet about the crises in the country and abduction of school girl, Leah Shuaibu.
Read what Suleman tweeted below.
Just saw pictures of protesters at RCCG accusing Papa Adeboye of not speaking about leah sharibu and Co..part of the people that accused @renoomokri are they not Christians?well,they know the kind of churches they have boldness to go and protest..
I repeat,it’s wrong to say pastors are supporting islamazation agenda..many pastors have gone through alot for speaking out. Papa Adeboye is not young like we are.he can only play fatherly role.we are the ones that do the speaking and contention..
Papa Adeboye said the govt should hasten the release of leah and all in captivity(I was there)..he only told us not to take laws into our hands and pray for nigeria.and you say he is not speaking.wait till you are that age so u show us how else an elder should speak.