“It’s funny,” Pastor Adeboye talks about the proposed rules on social media.
The government’s proposal to regulate social media was called ridiculous.
This comes from Pastor Enoch Adeboya, chief overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), who condemned the proposal.
According to him, the ruling is insensitive and an attempt to evaluate an ordinary person.
The condemnation was announced Sunday by the Senior Parish Priest of the RCCG, speaking at the November Thanksgiving service at RCCG headquarters with the theme “Better Days Ahead.”
He said that China’s attempts to regulate social media will not work in Nigeria because the variables are so different.
“The best the government can do is to ensure that the news transmitted via social media is authentic, but wanting to replicate what is happening in China here in Nigeria is ridiculous and impossible here,” Adeboye said.
Adeboye spoke through the Assistant Overseer General (Administration and Staff) and Board Member Pastor Johnson Odesola.
He said that Chinese leaders do not manage personal accounts outside their home countries, unlike leaders in other parts of the world, the world’s most populous country also conducts social, social and educational work with adequate plans for citizens.
He also noted that everything that applies to Chinese people applies to all citizens, unlike Nigeria.
A respected cleric insulted the federal government for mismanaging the #ENDSARS protests, claiming that the Lekki shooting paved the way for thugs to take over the protests.
A respected cleric insulted the federal government for mismanaging the #ENDSARS protests, claiming that the shooting at Lecchi paved the way for thugs to seize the protests.
Adeboye also reiterated his call for the restructuring of Nigeria, stating that it is not a party leading to the division of the nation.
According to him: “I am not a supporter of the opinion that the country should share, because we are strong in our union.
“All we have to do is come to an agreement on a fair distribution of everything and adhere to the principles. Together we are stronger, but we need to restructure. “