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Sunday Igboho under fire over ridicule of Pastor Adeba

Sunday Igboho under fire over ridicule of Pastor Adeba

Nigerian activist Sunday Igboho has been violently attacked on charges of mocking the death of Pastor Enoch Adeboye’s son, Deir.

In response, attorney Olusegun Bamgbose, national coordinator for Concerned Advocates of Good Governance, CAGG, described the Igboho as a disappointment for the Yoruba breed.

It was the senior lawyer’s angry reaction to Igboho’s recent comments about Pastor Enoch Adeboye of God’s Redeemed Christian Church, RCCG, following the death of Pastor Dar Adeboye, his third son.

DAILY POST reported that Igboho made fun of Pastor Adeboye on Sunday over Dare’s sudden death.

Igboho said in a viral video that he would not welcome Adeboye over Dair’s disappearance or sympathize with him because the inspector general does not support the Yoruba nation.

Curses fell upon any leader or pastor who refused to support the separation program, saying that God would kill their children and their wives.

And in response to this, Bamgboz asked the activist to expect God’s reaction in the next 30 days if he did not ask for forgiveness.

“Unfortunately, Sunday Adeyemo, aka Sunday Igboho, decided to play a trick on the grieving general overseer.

“This clearly demonstrated that Sunday Igboho is devoid of fear of God and compassion for his fellow men. Least of all, one would expect such a person to make such a rude and ungodly statement, ”Bamgboz told DAILY POST.

“It really disappointed the Yoruba race. He continued to curse those who would not support the Oduduwa Republic.

“However, know that offending the man of God will have serious consequences.

“The Bible makes it clear: don’t touch my anointed one, don’t touch my prophet, it’s scary to fall into the hands of God, because God is a devouring fire.

“On Igboho Sunday, we should expect God’s reaction in the next 30 days. If Pastor Adeboy is truly a man of God, God will protect his prophet.

“The only thing is that if he seeks forgiveness from the man of God, otherwise God, whom Pastor Adeba serves, will defend his word and his word,” he said.

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