Adeboye makes new revelations about Osinbajo’s helicopter crash
Pastor Enoch Adeboye, general overseer of Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), has made fresh revelations concerning the helicopter crash that involved Yemi Osinbajo, Nigeria’s vice president, during the 2019 election campaigns.
Premium Times reports that Adeboye, who spoke while preaching at the Holy Ghost service of the church’s 67th annual convention, said he could not tell Osinbajo what God showed him just before the crash in February 2019.
The crash happened in Kabba, Kogi state just before the presidential election. Premium Times reports that Adeboye said he was in the prayer room when God whispered to him that his son was in danger.
“I got the message but I didn’t know how to present it. He was going around on political campaigns so I didn’t know how to stop him. “I also didn’t want him to be scared so I resorted to praying for him,” he said. He disclosed that he prayed for two minutes, repeating “Father, protect your son,” four times.
Osinbajo was at the congress with governors Udom Emmanuel of Akwa Ibom, Jide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos and Godwin Obaseki of Edo states.
Adeboye prayed for the participants that the congress reminding them about the power of God’s word and the need to hearken diligently to every bit of it. It had earlier reported how the management of Caverton helicopters said unusual weather condition caused the crash of the helicopter conveying Vice President Yemi Osinbajo to Kogi state on Saturday, February 2.
The company, which owns the helicopter that crashed landed in Kogi in a statement, noted that the passengers and crew on-board the Augusta helicopter that crashed suffered no injuries. It said they were all safely evacuated.