Sunday Igboho Mocks Pastor Adeboye After Son’s Death [VIDEO]

Popular Yoruba nation activist, Sunday Adeyemo, (aka Sunday Igboho) has mocked Pastor Enoch Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, over the overtime of his son, Pastor Dare Adeboye.

 

Sunday Igboho said he wouldn’t greet or feel for Adeboye over the demise of Dare because the overall Overseer doesn’t support Yoruba nation.

 

Igboho didn’t mince words when he rained curses on any leader or Pastor who refuse to support the secession agenda, saying God will kill their children and wives.

 

He said this during a live Facebook broadcast together with his media aide, Olayomi Koiki, on Saturday night.

 

Koiki had asked the activist to send some words to Adeboye through the live video, to sympathise with him over the death of his son.

 

But, Sunday Igboho appeared infuriated by Koiki’s request as he asked if the person of God had declared his support for Yoruba nation.

 

He said: “Has Baba supported Yoruba nation that we’ll now be greeting him? We don’t got to greet Adeboye. what’s my very own with that? We aren’t doing church here. this is often not religion.

 

“Pastor Adeboye didn’t discuss Yoruba nation. check out the amount of crowd in Baba Adeboye’s church. Is he not alleged to tell all of them to hitch Yoruba nation? We don’t got to greet him.

 

“God himself will start asking questions from all the enemies of the Yoruba race. By the grace of God, anybody who says Yoruba won’t get to the promised land, God will kill their children and wives and their entire family.”

 

“Anybody who doesn’t support Yoruba nation, those that have powers, be it pastors or anybody that has the followers, but doesn’t support Yoruba nation, God I turn you; you’re the one who owns me and therefore the creator of everything. Those elders who see our sufferings, who see that the Fulanis are kidnapping us and collecting ransom, but choose to not support us, as you kill their children, kill their wives. So shall it be!” Sunday Igboho emphasised.

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