Pastor Enoch Adeboye, General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), has encouraged Nigerians facing difficult times to turn to God for assistance. Speaking at the RCCG headquarters in Ebute-Metta during the June thanksgiving service themed ‘Lifter Up of My Head,’ Adeboye emphasized the power of prayer and divine intervention.

Addressing the congregation, Adeboye acknowledged the hardships many are experiencing and offered a message of hope. “If you need provision, if things are hard and I know things are hard for quite a few of us, call on the one whose name is Jehovah El-Shaddai, the God who is more than enough,” he urged, reminding believers of God’s omnipotence.

Adeboye assured that God, in His infinite ways, can meet all needs. “Call on Him – the one who is more than enough and He will meet your needs… He has many ways, depending on what is your need. When all ways are blocked, call on Him who is called the way when you don’t even know what’s going on,” he added, inspiring faith and resilience among his followers.

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Meanwhile, the country is bracing for a significant labor strike as organized labor demands a new minimum wage of N494,000, while the government proposes N60,000. Despite last-minute negotiations involving leaders of the National Assembly, the talks ended in a deadlock.

Following the meeting, TUC President, Comrade Festus Osifo, confirmed the strike would commence as planned. “It is difficult and in fact impossible for us as labor leaders to call off the strike here. We need to communicate with our various organs, meaning that the industrial action starts on Monday as planned,” he stated, underscoring the growing tensions and economic challenges faced by workers nationwide.