It would be recalled that Adeboye had said that Nigeria would prosper under the incoming administration of Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
Adeboye, represented by his Special Assistant, Pastor Dele Balogun stated at the monthly Thanksgiving service at the RCCG Headquarters in Ebute-Metta that Tinubu can fix Nigeria with God’s help.
He said: “Let us pray for the incoming government that God will support it and give it the Grace to do the right thing. Thank God the President-elect has promised to fix Nigeria. If God helps him, Nigeria will prosper in his hands.”
The renowned man of God’s statement did not sit well with Obidients who berated the clergyman for showing support for the President-elect’s incoming administration.
Reacting to the attacks on Adeboye, Yesufu took to her Twitter handle to justify the vituperations against the cleric.
The activist insisted that anyone who tell Nigerians to accept the 2023 elections as the will of God should get ready for the insults that comes with it.
She wrote, “Anyone who comes out to tell Nigerians that they should take the 2023 election as the will of God should also be ready to take the ‘disrespect’ (as they call it) as also the will of God.”