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“Stop Using My FB Page To Dupe People” – Pastor Adeboye Warns Fraudsters

General Overseer of Redeemed Christian Church Of God has cried out to fraudsters to desist from utilizing his identity to swindle people.

One of Nigeria’s most popular men of God, PastorEnochAdeboye, the GeneralOverseer of the RedeemedChristianChurchofGod, RCCG, has once again, cried out to fraudsters who use his Facebook page to dupe innocent people, telling them to desist from such devilish acts or face the wrath of God.

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The powerful preacher, who has in the past been a victim of hackers, pleaded with the dubious people to stop using his name to dupe people of their hard earned money.

In an emotion laden statement on his Facebook page, PastorAdeboye wrote:

We hope people will now be perceptive in responding to these fraudsters. Papa has spoken.

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