Adeboye claims that he has never pushed Christians to purchase firearms for self-defense.

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Adeboye denied accusations that he had advised Christians to arm themselves with weapons in the face of an increase in church attacks and deaths.


Pastor Enoch Adeboye, General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), has distanced himself from a statement urging Christians to go out and acquire firearms for self-defense in the midst of church attacks and deaths around the country.

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The respected pastor, on the other hand, exhorted Christian followers to obtain cow jaw bones instead of firearms, emphasizing that they do not require guns.

While debunking the message in which he was cited as asking Christians to obtain firearms, he referred to a Biblical narrative in which Samson won with jaw bones rather than an AK-47 rifle.

According to The Punch, Adeboye made the revelation while delivering his sermon titled ‘Meant for the top’ during Mount Carmel’s monthly thanksgiving service.

This comes only one month after a terrible terrorist attack on a Catholic church in Owo, in which hundreds of people were killed.

The pastor, on the other hand, urged Christians not to let fear of being assaulted keep them from attending church, saying that no one can be slain until their appointed time.

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“I never encouraged Christians to acquire firearms; Christians don’t need guns,” Adeboye remarked. Samson did not use an AK-47 in his battle. Don’t go out and get a gun.”

He emphasized that, while they need the authorization to acquire weapons, they do not need permission to obtain a cow’s jawbone.

“You don’t need the authorization to buy a cow’s jaw bones,” the clergyman continued.

According to Pulse, Adeboye has advised individuals who like blaspheming Jesus to stop or risk God’s wrath.

This was expressed by the Daddy GO, as he is affectionately known when addressing his congregation at the RCCG monthly event, Holy Ghost Service for the month of July, which was conducted late Friday through Saturday.

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