The Common Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has mentioned the Nigerian authorities has sufficient cash to supply palliatives for each citizen, however that corruption and lack of accountability are the nation’s issues.
Adeboye added that the church, for instance, spent between N250m and N400m month-to-month on company social accountability, saying the federal government should attend to the calls for of the folks.
The cleric spoke on the month-to-month thanksgiving service on the RCCG Headquarters, Throne of Grace, Ebute-Metta, Lagos State.
Adeboye, who was represented by the Assistant Common Overseer, Administration and Personnel, Pastor Johnson Odesola, mentioned he was stuffed with praises to God for intervening within the COVID-19 disaster within the nation.
The thanksgiving service was themed ‘Victory over lockdown.’
Adeboye mentioned, “To say there’s not sufficient cash to present juicy palliatives to Nigerians is an understatement as a result of Nigeria has the cash. However the issue recognized to everyone seems to be corruption and lack of accountability. For instance, in RCCG, we spend a considerable amount of cash on company social accountability of between N250m and N400m each month.”
Whereas commenting on the hike within the pump value of gas and electrical energy, Adeboye famous that the federal government wanted to be thoughtful with its folks and rethink introducing such insurance policies at a time folks had been getting aid from the scourge of COVID-19.