Insecurity: North-East glory will be restored, Pastor Adeboye prophesies

“I use Gombe state as a point of contact: that as the light of God came down powerfully during the @reach4christ Crusade"
Pastor Enoch Adeboye

Pastor Enoch Adeboye

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The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, on Saturday prophesied that the glory of North-East Nigeria and other parts of the country troubled by terrorists will be restored.

The prophecy was revealed by the man of God in a Facebook post following the successful completion of the ‘Light Up Nigeria’ outreach in Gombe State, which was organised as part of activities to mark the cleric’s 80th birthday.

Adeboye wrote, “The Glory of the North Eastern Part of Nigeria will be restored by God’s grace.

“I use Gombe state as a point of contact: that as the light of God came down powerfully during the @reach4christ Crusade, the light of God descends upon every troubled parts of our dear Nation Nigeria.”

In one of its recent travel advisories, the United Kingdom has warned its nationals against going to the north eastern part of Nigeria.

The advisory reiterated that most terrorism attacks take place in northern and North East Nigeria, adding that it was evident from the report of an increase in insurgent attacks in Borno State.

"However, there have been a significant number of attacks elsewhere. Significant attacks have occurred in Gombe, Kano, Kaduna, Jos and Bauchi States and in the Federal capital, Abuja.

"Further attacks are likely. Public places where crowds gather have been targeted, including places of worship, markets, shopping malls, hotels, bars, restaurants, football viewing centres, displacement camps, transport terminals, government buildings, security and educational institutions (schools, further education colleges and universities are all regular targets), and international organisations.

"Attacks have taken place around religious and public holidays in public or crowded places, including places of worship as well as during election periods," the statement read.

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