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How EFCC came after me when I bought private jet – Adeboye

By afolabi

The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has disclosed that his traducers used the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to hound him after he owned a private jet some years back.

Adeboye made the disclosure on Friday night at the RCCG monthly Holy Ghost Service themed ‘Wonderful’ held at the church’s international headquarters along the ever-busy Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.

The RCCG general overseer explained that he got his jet to aid his ministerial works and mobility across continents and nations where RCCG has parishes.

He said the “noise” that followed his private jet ownership was massive and he became a bit unsettled but God assured him and told him to ignore his critics.

“Years ago, when the Almighty God provided us with a jet, there was a lot of noise; people were criticising me right, left and centre,” he narrated. “They sent EFCC to come and probe me: ‘where did he get the money to buy a jet, etc.’

“The noise was much. Then one day, I was flying because I didn’t buy a jet for pleasure; the work has expanded to a level that there is no way I can do it by commercial travelling. If you want to travel by commercial, you have to wait for their timetable. If I have to wait for their timetable, I won’t be able to do what God wants me to do.

Speaking on the presidential election, the prominent cleric urged Nigerians get their PVCs and disregard all form of prophecies regarding the outcome of the election.


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