Pastor Enoch Adeboye, the general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, prayed and blessed Senator Ademola Adeleke, the governor of Osun State on Wednesday.
The governor’s spokesperson, Mallam Olawale Rasheed, announced this in a statement that was published and signed by him and uploaded on his Facebook page.
While attending the Jennifer Etuh Medical Center’s inauguration at Ifewara with his wife and senior pastors of the RCCG, Pastor Adeboye urged Governor Adeleke to continue leading with the fear of God, noting that as long as the governor upheld the path of God, he would continue to win God’s favor.
Adeleke had previously explained how Pastor Adeboye’s prayers and anointing were the beginning of his desire to become governor.
He said, “I remember Baba Adeboye anointed and prayed for me. His prayer for me is answered and I am here today as the Governor of Osun State.
“Baba has again prayed for me and re-anointed me. I will continue to toe the path of God. I govern by the fear of God. I will not derail as my governorship is anointed by God”, Adeleke declared.
Adeleke added that his agreement with God was the reason he was able to continue to sing and praise God on every occasion.
He said, “When Baba Adeboye was anointing me, he asked me to continue to sing and praise God. So when you see me dancing and praising God, that is my promise to my God as instructed by God. That is my secret.”
Adeboye praised the ultra-modern, multibillion-naira medical and vocational center at Ifewara during its opening as a divine intervention for the locals, and he prayed to God to bless smaller towns without access to government medical and educational programs.
While praying for the Etuh family and the soul of the late Jennifer, Pastor Adeboye praised the many human intervention programs that the Etuh family had supported and promoted in an effort to improve people’s lives. He exhorts well-intentioned Nigerians to reach hands of friendship to their relatives.
Adeleke later launched the medical and vocational center while joined by his brother, Dr. Deji Adeleke, the Chief of Staff, Kazeem Akinleye, Sunday Bisi, Adewale Egbedun, Niyi Owolade, Rev. Bunmi Jenyo, and others.
The Jennifer Etuh Foundation, which is in charge of constructing the medical center, was motivated by the late Mrs. Etuh, who gave the order to construct similar facilities in six federation zones before she passed away. The third of the planned medical facilities is the Ifewara Medical Center.