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  • How I Rejected Move By Four Billionaires To Buy Me A Jet – Adeboye

    How I Rejected Move By Four Billionaires To Buy Me A Jet - Adeboye

    The General Overseer, Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye has narrated how he rejected the move by four billionaires to buy him a private jet.

    Adeboye, in one of his sermons, said the incident took place many years ago when the naira was still very strong and even stronger than the dollars.

    “At a stage of your history, four of the biggest billionaires in Nigeria were worshiping here. I am talking of billionaires at a time when billion naira means billion naira. At a time when the Naira was stronger than the Dollar.

    “At a stage in RCCG’s history, some of the members here met and decided they will buy me a jet. I’m talking of decades ago; not today. I had to stop them because I heard about their plan. They were already contacting one of my children who works with American Airline in America.

    “How do we get a very nice well used jet for our pastor?” I had to stop them; said, “Ah! buying a jet is one thing; maintaining it is another thing. That right now, I need money to build Churches; not a jet,” Adeboye explained.

    He added: “In case you don’t believe me, well, there’s evidence. When 9/11 happened, and America was trying to find out who and who could be connected with bombing their something, they saw a record. You know, every telephone call you make to America is recorded.

    “In case you don’t know, know it now. They saw in their database that there was a time some people in Nigeria were trying to buy a jet from American Airlines. So they sent their operatives to go and pick up my son there.

    “To find out what happened to that project. Then they discovered it is a pastor they wanted to buy it for. And they felt a pastor is not going to be a bomber. That’s you! That’s where you are!”

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