Light up Crusade: Adeboye offers special prayers for Adamawa citizens


Light up Crusade: Adeboye offers special prayers for Adamawa citizens

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The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye, aka, Daddy GO was in Yola, Adamawa State, and offered special prayers for the citizens of the state.

The octogenarian Nigerian Christian Elder statesman prayed for hundreds of worshippers gathered at the Mahmud Ribadu square in Yola during a light-up crusade which was organized in collaboration with the state chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN)

The revered Clergyman has centered his prayers from the book of Genesis chapter one and prayed away darkness and confusion in their life.

The worshippers sounding resounding amen were prophetically displaying light to pray against anything that is standing in their way as a hindrance to their breakthrough in life.

Pastor Adeboye prayed that anywhere darkness, chaos, or void of emptiness is representing or following them, the light of God is powerful enough to bring them to an end and give them a life full of hope and Joy.

The gathering which brought top government officials with the Deputy Governor in attendance, Professor Kaleptawa Farauta George, the speaker, Rt Hon Bathiya Wesley, commissioners and so many government officials from Taraba State attended the Light Up Crusade program in Yola.

“God these are your children, anywhere they go let your light follow them. And any representation of darkness, emptiness, chaos, and confusion over their lives shall henceforth be terminated in Jesus’ name.”Adeboye prayed
He asked them to pray for God’s light to shine in their lives, in the state and anywhere in Nigeria.

The worshippers in their thousands prayed fervently with many testified of God’s faithfulness in healing and souls were harvested for God by giving their lives to Christ.

While appreciating the government of Adamawa under the leadership of Rt Hon Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri for allowing him to come he prayed for the State to be void of obscurity and insecurity.