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Osinbajo extols Adeboye at 82, says he’s a man of impeccable integrity



Tinubu prayed for the continual well-being of Adeboye and his wife

Former Nigerian Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, has described the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, as a man of impeccable integrity and humility on his 82nd birthday.

Osinbajo, in a post on his Instagram page, disclosed that Adeboye’s impeccable integrity, his measured speech and actions at all times, his life of many challenges and wars, his courage, his unshaken faith, and his deep love for God, through phenomenal achievement and numbing personal tragedy, are all together the most persuasive evangelical message to all, even those of other faiths, of the grace and mercy of God in the life of the saved.”

Osinbajo disclosed that it was Mummy G.O. who once said to us, ‘See how God uses your father (Adeboye) as a smokescreen to do the miracles he wants to do.’

He added that this realization that ‘apart from Him, you can do nothing,’ and that ‘no one can receive anything that is not given to him by God’ probably explains why a man so spiritually and intellectually gifted, so revered, and so respected by the high and low alike would still be so genuinely humble, self-effacing, and unfailingly respectful even of his subordinates.

For us, we are extremely proud that this man of extraordinary faith, courage, and humility is one we can call our Daddy.


Daddy, Happy 82nd birthday! As your days pass, so shall your strength, wisdom, and favour with God in Jesus’ name. Amen

“The last slide just sums up Daddy and a photo that means the world to me; this was at my Mum’s 90th birthday church service last year. As I helped my Mum get up after kneeling on one side after prayers, Daddy grabbed her hands on the second side to help her up as well, Osinbajo recounted”.

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