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RCCG’s National Overseer, Pastor Obayemi retires; Pastor Odesola no longer in charge of Admin., Personnel

Pastor E. A. Adeboye

The retirement of the National Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Joseph Obayemi has been announced.

Also announced by the General Overseer (G.O) of the RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye, is that Pastor Johnson Odesola, has been relieved of his portfolio as Assistant General Overseer, Administration and Personnel of the Church.

Pastor Adeboye made the announcements while addressing RCCG ministers on Sunday, August 7, 2022.

Pastor Obayemi is being replaced by Pastor Sunday Akande as the RCCG National Overseer. He will serve for a period of two years.

Meanwhile, Pastor Julius Olalekan takes over as Pastor-in-Charge of Personnel of the megachurch while Pastor Dele Balogun has been appointed Pastor-in-charge of Administration. The two positions were before now occupied by Pastor Odesola.

Also announced was the appointment of Pastor Kalu Ndukwe to serve as the Overseer of the RCCG for the Africa Continent.

Other sweeping changes were also announced as part of the 70th Anniversary celebration of the founding of the Church and the 2022 Annual Convention that has as its theme, PERFECT JUBILEE.

The Convention and the Anniversary celebration has taken off from yesterday, Monday August 8 and will continue till Sunday, August 14, 2022.

Worshippers from all over the world have continued to troop into the Campground, now to be known as the Redemption City, situated on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, for the landmark programme of the worldwide Church that is already featuring presentations by different groups, praise and worship sessions, ministrations of the Word of God, testimonies and prophetic declarations.




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