Yemi Osinbajo revealed with happened before his helicopter crashed

Vice President of Nigeria,Yemi Osinbajo has revealed how he survived the accident on Saturday, just after the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) Enoch Adeboye prayed for him.

Twenty-four hours after surviving a helicopter accident in Kabba, Kogi State, Vice President Professor Yemi Osinbajo held a thanksgiving service in Lokoja, the state capital.

At the service, the Vice President narrated how Pastor Adeboye appeared to have foreseen the danger ahead and committed his safety into God’s hands.

“On Friday, we went to (RCCG) camp; usually, I attend our Holy Ghost service. We came in very late from Akwa Ibom State. We arrived just in time for the grace at the end of the service. After that, our daddy in the Lord, (G.O) Pastor Adeboye, wanted to speak to me.

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“He asked me how things were going on, the campaign activities and all that, and I explained everything; what I was doing on the campaign trail and all of that, some of the challenges. He (Adeboye) then said I am going to pray for you.

“He said a prayer that turned out to be very interesting because usually, as you know, he doesn’t pray for long.

“He said “Lord God Almighty, I want you to protect this man. You know how very dear he is to my heart. I want you to protect him. I found it very funny that he repeated it several times and then he prayed for a favour and other things,” VP Osinbajo narrated.

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He went on to testify of how the helicopter conveying him and his team to a campaign rally in Kogi crash-landed with everyone coming out unhurt.

He thanked God for sparing his life and that of the others who were on board.


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