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“Church Leaders Have Business With God And Not With Man” – Nigerians Pastors Reject New Tenure Law

Barely 48 years after Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) complied with the new Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria (FRCN) law which specifically limited the tenure of general overseers of churches to 20 years or 70 years of age, Pastors have come out to slam and reject the law.

According to Sun, Apostle Psalm Okpe, General Overseer, Fresh Oil Ministry, Lagos described the law as the most childish law ever enacted.

He stated that there is freedom of worship in Nigeria and, therefore,

“I believe such law should not even be heard because that is not the problem the country is facing at the moment. That is not the challenge of the country.

Apostle Okpe said government should not play God by deciding who “comes into ministry and who goes out of ministry. It is the call of God.

Pastor Henry Kpalukwu, General Overseer, Glorious Fire Deliverance Ministry, Port Harcourt slammed the tenure law.

He said the call of God is divine election and not human election saying;

“It doesn’t matter how many years a general overseer has been involved in ministry work. It is his business with God. Church leaders have business with God, not with man.

“So, whoever is coming out with that kind of idea is trying to incur the wrath of God.”

Apart from Adeboye, the law would cause leadership changes in other churches, where their general overseers had spent more than 20 years in that capacity.

Some of the general overseers to be affected by the regulation include Dr. Daniel Kolawole Olukoya of the Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries, who has spent 22 years as the general overseer; Bishop Mike Okonkwo of The Redeemed Evangelical Mission (35 years); Pastor Kumuyi (43 years); Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor of Word of Life Bible Church (29 years); Rev. Chris Okotie of the Household of God ( 29 years); Kingsway International Christian Centre’s Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo (24 years); Winners Chapel’s Bishop David Oyedepo (35 years).

Others are Pastor Chris Oyakhilome of Believers’ LoveWord International (26 years); Pastor Samuel Abiara of Christ Apostolic Church (39 years); Pastor Sam Adeyemi of Daystar Christian Centre (21 years); Pastor Tunde Bakare of Latter Rain Assembly (27 years); House on the Rock’s Pastor Paul Adefarasin (22 years), among others.

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One comment

  1. Honestly speaking I see it as a way of greed and selfishness as it is in our politic.there’s nothing wrong to step down after so many meritorious year of service.if God call you even you build the house of God either church or mosque, it is a voluntary service ,give others a chance to grow God will not let is work of many year better we stop sentimental way of our thinking and by our action

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