Gay rights activist tells Pastor Adeboye to focus on spiritual matters

Alimi thinks the RCCG General Overseer should direct his focus on grooming his church members spiritually.

Bisi Alimi

This is coming following a recent comment by the RCCG General Overseer who mentioned in his preaching that romantic relationships built on social media are not expected to last.

“Let me tell you clearly, if you get a wife through the Facebook, you will lose her through the Youtube. You can quote me.

“Any marriage that is concocted through the Facebook is going to crash through the Youtube, no doubt about that,” a tweet by the church's Twitter handle reads.

In his response to this, Alimi advised the clergyman to worry more about grooming his fold spiritually in an Instagram comment posted today.

He said, “I personally think Pastor Adeboye should stick to cunning his congregation.

“Rather than becoming a relationship counselor.”

Alimi's criticism for clergymen is hardly a new development having directed some of his blunt views to the likes of Prophet T.B Joshua, Bishop David Oyedepo and others.

Recently, he mocked embattled Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide head huncho, Apostle Johnson Suleman for his involvement in a sex scandal.

A lady named Stephanie Obodo had accused the man of God of getting her pregnant with details of his sexual exploits with her.

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