Nigerians suffering, cabal controlling leaders must die – RCCG pastor, Osoagba explodes

Pastor of Redeemed Christians of God (RCCG) Pastor, John Osoagba, on Sunday urged congregants to pray against the enemies of Nigeria.

He stated that the country and its leadership was in captivity and firm grip of “cabals” and that such persons must die.

Osoagba, Pastor in charge of Royal Parish of the provincial headquarters of Adamawa Province, said “enough is enough of all the evil work of the country’s enemies in the name of cabals or unseen forces from the kingdom of darkness.

“I know my age. Since I was in primary school till now, year in year out, the song of our leaders do sing for us is ‘things will be better, be patient’.

“But for how for how long will we be struggling in this country”, Osoagba quipped.

“We are dreaming of Nigeria where a litre of fuel will be 50 naira and a bag of rice will be 3000 Naira.

“We didn’t bargain what we are experiencing now in this country.

“A devil is somewhere else, working against the destiny of Nigeria. We are to pray, fast and act in order to find lasting solutions to the many problems bedevilling nation,” he said.‎

The cleric called on Nigerians to pray fervently in order to break “the evil, cabals or whatever name it is called”.

According to him “somebody must die for us to have a breakthrough; for us to be liberated in Nigeria”.

“Everyone that must die in Nigeria for this nation to move forward must die.” He prayed

Pastor Osoagba, in his message on “travailing to prevail” taken the book of Gen. 32:24-28, noted that Nigerians must now wrestle and fight to have a total deliverance.

He described Nigeria as a country with pregnancy and in long labour of hardship and problems, killings and destruction of life and property of innocent citizens.

“Nigerians must stand. Earnest prayers are needed to dislodge the forces.

“All her enemies must die in shame; dreams and visions of the wicked people and the enemies shall be aborted.”

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