Soun: God destined Olaoye to be king – Pastor Adeboye

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The General Overseer of Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has declared that the new Soun of Ogbomoso, Oba Afolabi Ghandi Olaoye, was destined to be a king even before he was born.

Adeboye made this declaration while speaking at the Beulah Baptist Conference, Ogbomoso, venue of interdenominational thanksgiving services for the new Soun of Ogbomoso on Sunday.

Adeboye, while addressing the gathering, said that he knew that Olaoye was born to become a king.

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He said that when he (Olaoye) came to him to inform him about the development, he told him to go and pray, he came back and said he had not heard anything, and he (Adeboye) told him to go back and pray again. A while, he came back and told him that God has spoken.

He added that it was then that he (Adeboye) told him (Olaoye) to go because he had been destined.

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The cleric said that the monarch should embrace people and promote peace and unity among his subjects.

He said: “To my critics, if I said no and God said yes, whose word is the final, God of course, so I cannot stop him because Pastor Ghandi was destined to be a king even before he was born and thank God it is coming to fruition.”

The monarch, while speaking, said that Adeboye is his spiritual father.

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He promised to be fair to all and sundry

“I will be the king to the Christians, Muslims, and traditional rulers. I will be a king to every son and daughter of this land,” he said.

“That is my strength, and I believe that God will give me his mercy to lead his people. I want everybody in this land to pray for me so that I would live aright.” (Vanguard)

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