Afenifere Reveals What Pastor Adeboye Did When He Showed Them The Video Of Igboho Mocking Him

  • Igboho had often caused controversy by raining curses on leaders who refused to support the secession agenda, saying God would kill their children and wives.

Mogaji Gboyega Adejumo, one of the chieftains of Afenifere, a pan-Yoruba socio-political organisation, says the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye played a video showing Sunday Igboho hurling insults at him for the group to watch.

According to Adejumo, members of the group were moved to tears as they watched the video, EKO HOT BLOG  gathered.

Adejumo described how Pastor Adeboye shed tears as he just couldn’t believe Igboho could be so mean towards his family.

He added that Pastor Adeboye had been supporting Yoruba Nation agitation, contrary to Igboho’s belief that the cleric had not been supporting the secession plans of some Yoruba people.

His aide, Olayomi Koiki, had in a video asked him (Igboho) to commiserate with Adeboye over the death of his son, Pastor Dare Adeboye, But the visibly infuriated self-acclaimed Yoruba activist asked if the cleric had declared his support for the Yoruba nation.

The Afenifere chieftain in a statement said the cleric had never worked against the agitation.

He described Igboho’s action as disrespectful to important people in Yoruba land, saying it was a disservice to the agitation for Yoruba liberation.

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He said, “This evening, I accompanied Pa Ayo Adebanjo, leader of Afenifere, who also had with him, Kabiesi Ọba Diipo Olaitan and Barrister Sola Ebiseni, on a condolence visit to Pastor Adeboye regarding the passing of his son.

“A man of great faith is Pastor Adeboye. The sour point was the Igboho video in which Sunday clearly made an unsavoury reference to Pastor Adeboye’s son’s death. Pastor Adeboye himself made reference to it and the video was played back for us all to see. The leader, Pa Ayo Adebanjo was close to tears.

“Now, I must say this — Today is the 3rd time of my meeting with Pastor Adeboye in less than one year and the second time with Pa Ayo Adebanjo. I can categorically say that Pastor Adeboye is totally behind the Yorùbá cause. A great disservice is to insult, mock and or disrespect, misrepresent this great man of God, a proud Yoruba man that has been supporting all our efforts for a while now!

“Once again, the idea of rushing to destroy our best assets in the untoward, untutored ignoble manner of late, abusing, cursing, demeaning our elders, leaders can only serve one purpose: Losing all the gains of years of hard work — prolonging our days of slavery, annoying God to the point of 40 days becoming 40 years!!!

“What is the logic in running the very people who have the leverage to lead us out of slavery, like Moses did, down? Sheer ignorance! Moses never raised a sword, instead, he raised his staff. (Chukwuemeka) Ojukwu fired many guns and mortars, and his people still lost.

“No one wants the Yorùbá out of Nigeria more than these men that have lately become the target of unwarranted abuse even by those who chose (President Muhammadu) Buhari and whose antecedents are nothing to compare with the earth-shaking events that surround and define the incomparable lives of these men and leaders.

“Pa Ayo Adebanjo, a veteran of the treasonable felony saga of Papa (Obafemi) Awolowo and the 30 others who went to jail for it. Same Pa Ayo Adebanjo, who stared down at (Sani) Abacha and said, ‘I only owe you one bullet you coward, pick up your gun and shoot’.

“It saddens me therefore to see a lot of grandstanding, gaslighting, cognitive dissonance parading naked, misdirected anger remotely being made to appear as logic in a clear situation where wisdom has altogether taken shelter and all that is left is mutant presumptions, falsified perceptions and latent pretences.”


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