Daddy G.O shares 14 prayer points for Nigeria

The RCCG G.O raised the following prayer points in a 4-hour prayer session for the country.

During a recent 4-hour prayer session, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) was nice enough to raise some points.

He shared the prayer points from the session done at the Redemption Camp via the #PrayForNigeria hashtag on Twitter.

Pastor Adeboye's Prayer points

They are:

Afterwards, Pastor Adeboye thanked everyone for joining the programme.

The prayer session started by 10 am and ended by 1 pm on February 13, 2018.

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