VIDEO: RCCG says Social media doesn’t dictate ordination in reactions to Remi Tinubu's speech about invoking deities to chase Igbos away KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Tuesday, September 6, 2022

VIDEO: RCCG says Social media doesn’t dictate ordination in reactions to Remi Tinubu's speech about invoking deities to chase Igbos away

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that RCCG says Social media doesn’t dictate ordination in reactions to Remi Tinubu's speech about invoking deities to chase Igbos away. (Read More Here).

When The PUNCH reached out to the RCCG Head of Media and Public Relations, Pastor Olaitan Olubiyi, he said the church was not aware of the video.

“We are not aware(of the video) and I’m sure Remi Tinubu was not speaking as a pastor of the Redeemed Christian Church of God,” Olubiyi said. (Read More Here).

Reacting to the comments questioning Tinubu’s ordination, he said, “I’m not in a position to answer that because the church knows what it considers before ordination and social media does not dictate to the church what the church should do. She has her life.”

"We Will Invoke Lagos Deities/gods To Chase The Igbos Packing. Any Igbo Person That Can’t Marry a Yoruba Should Leave Our Land Because We Will Inherit Your Properties. God Will Not Allow You Take Over Us. We Shall Dominate You People Here No Matter What". ~ Senator Remi Tinubu said.

According to the wife of the former governor of Lagos State, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, the Igbo residing in the state “were proving difficult despite the love shown to them”.

She said, “We will entreat all the deities of Lagos to chase Igbo people out. Igbo who didn’t marry Yoruba, we will inherit them. Given how much we love Igbo, you now want to spoil everything.

“You are not the only tribe in this place, Hausa are here, we accommodate them, Calabar are here, we accommodate them. But Igbo are proving difficult. We will inherit you.

“Despite the love we have for you… others are here and we accommodated them.”

While reacting, Twitter users were divided over the tone and meaning of her comment.

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