The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has emphasized the need for spiritual solutions to address Nigeria’s challenges during his recent visit to Kaduna.
Speaking at a courtesy visit to the governor of Kaduna state, Senator Uba Sani, Adeboye stated that the nation urgently requires divine intervention to overcome its pressing issues.
Adeboye, in Kaduna for a crusade, expressed his commitment to praying for the people and offering hope amid the challenges facing the country.
The revered clergyman acknowledged that while the problems seem persistent and, in some areas, worsening, he trusts in God that they will not last forever.
During his post-crusade press conference, Adeboye highlighted the significance of his tour, stating that it was not just about conducting crusades and prayers but also an opportunity to assure the people that a brighter future awaits if they exhibit patience.
“I am delighted to be here again. I was here about two or so years ago with the former governor (Nasir El-Rufai) at that time I came to pray for some of my members who were kidnapped and they were miraculously rescued,” Adeboye recalled. “I came to encourage their families to let them know that all will be well.”
He continued, “Our problems will require quite a bit of spiritual solution. We, as a country, are blessed; we are blessed with people with great intelligence, we are blessed with all manners of resources, and yet we have so many problems.”
Adeboye stressed the limitations of human efforts in solving certain problems and called upon the Almighty for help. He shared his optimism that, despite the challenges, the nation will overcome them with divine intervention.
Governor Sani, in response, commended Pastor Adeboye for his contributions and acknowledged the need for intervention from spiritual leaders during critical times in the country.
He also expressed confidence in President Bola Tinubu’s determination to lead the nation to greater heights, seeking Adeboye’s advice, wisdom, and prayers.