Pastor Adeboye Reveals How Aviation Official Demanded Bribe Before He Could Fly His Chopper

The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has said that an authority of the country’s aviation requested pay off from him before he would be permitted to fly his helicopter.

Infoexpert24 reports that Adeboye disclosed this on Saturday during a special meeting with all ordained ministers of the mission at RCCG, Region 21, Oyo State.

Adeboye, who arrived at RCCG 21 Headquarters, Oluyole, Ibadan, around 1:25 pm, said he arrived late for the meeting because someone had requested a bribe from him to fly his chopper.

He said to avoid being late to the meeting, he had decided to embark on the trip via his chopper to avoid a possible congestion at the busy Lagos/Ibadan Expressway.

However, the preacher withheld the identity of the said official and the department or agency involved while saying such a demand from him was a waste of time.

Aviation official asked me for bribe, Adeboye reveals
Enoch Adeboye

“I don’t give excuses because I have discovered long ago that only failures give excuses. But you must pray for Nigeria.

“Something must be done about corruption in this nation. All I can say is that I’m this late because somebody wanted a bribe. And you know if you’re expecting a bribe from me, you have to wait forever.

“But the devil has failed. And the devil will continue to fail. Fortunately for me, when I said…I started to leave for Ibadan by 9:00 am.

“I decided to come because I know what the devil could do, by helicopter, so that there won’t be a traffic jam that would tie me down on the expressway.

“Then, I ran into something else. But by the grace of God, we’re here,” Adeboye said.

Meanwhile, it was gathered that the authority, which demanded a bribe from the septuagenarian, was communicated with to authorise the use of the airspace at the material time.

It took a presidential involvement from Abuja before Adeboye could embark on the trip to meet with the ordained ministers in Ibadan after experiencing a five-hour delay by the federal authority.

 

 

 

Facebook Comments