Pastor Adeboye wife, Mrs Foluke support EndSARS protesters with food & water supply
Pastor (Mrs) Foluke Adeboye, wife of General overseer, Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor EA Adeboye on Sunday, October 18, lend her voice to the #EndSars protest by calling on the government to end police brutality and demand complete reform of Nigeria.
This she did while also donating breakfast to protesters. She sent 3 trucks of water and snacks to EndSARS protesters in Alausa.
In appreciation of Mummy G.O‘s effort, one of the organizers of the protest tweeted:
“We have 27 packs of bottle water, 1,000 of pure water & 27 bags of puff-puff directly from RCCG camp. We see it, we appreciate it! #EndSARS #AlausaProtest.”
Pastor Adeboye wife shared videos of the snacks with a caption on her Instagram page.
“I woke up this morning to do something to contribute my quota to bring about reforms in all areas in Nigeria. I realized that Interdenominational Sunday services were going to be held at the major protest venues in Lagos and if I cant be there in person I can send something, so I decided to make puff puff for everyone at the venues this morning. I pray that the Nigeria we all wish for, for ourselves and the generation unborn will be achieved by the special grace of our lord Jesus Christ. Amen. #ENDSARS”
This morning I woke up early to do something to contribute my own quota to the clamor for reforms across all sectors in Nigeria. I realized that Interdenominational sunday services were going to be held at the major protest venues in Lagos and if I cant be there in person I can pic.twitter.com/4SRoKKo0Dk
— Pst Mrs F.A.Adeboye (@PastorFAAdeboye) October 18, 2020
The Redeemed Christian Church of God where Pastor Mrs Foluke Adeboye supports her husband, Pastor EA Adeboye who is the general Overseer has been at the fore of the ongoing protest lending its voice and prayers for the youths of Nigeria who have raised their voice at these times. Not only against police oppression but also against bad governance.
Pastor Adeboye had tweeted in solidarity last week saying the only way the youth can see visions is when they stay alive.
“Our daughters will not be able to prophesy and young men will not see visions if we don’t keep them alive. I support the youths in this peaceful protest as they “speak up” to #EndPoliceBrutality#EndSARS#ENDSWAT,” Pastor Adeboye tweeted with a picture from his prayer walk with other members of RCCG last year.
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