Popular Nigerian gay activist, Bisi Alimi, is extremely angry at the fact that Pastor Enoch Adeboye, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), has bought a brand new private Gulfstream aircraft, and has been going ballistic, calling the much respected man of God greedy, corrupt and a parasite on his church members. Alimi who is one of the most influential gays in the world going by ranking by World Pride Power List in 2014, took to his Facebook page to condemn Adeboye for buying a private jet when most of his members are jobless, poor and are the ones contributing money to fund their lifestyles.
Read what Bisi Alimi wrote below:
“Pastor Adeboye is an epitome of greed, corruption and everything bad that has enslaved Nigerians, not just at home but globally. This greedy man of GOSH is parasite that lives on the poverty of his church members. Nigeria has one of the highest rate of youth unemployment in the world. Nigeria health service is in a sorry state. Here we have a supposedly “MAN OF GOSH” living fat on the vulnerability of his members.
This man now has one of his pastors as the Vice President of Nigeria.
The separation of church from the state in Nigeria is like trying to separate gin from lemonade. I know this post will attract some hate and bigotry, but if you can be honest with yourself and face the truth instead of acting like the “idiots” some of you are good at acting.
How has religion and men of GOSH improved the quality of life (I meant quality and not standard) of everyone of you? Still you will go to church on Sunday, give your widow’s mite to these thieves in the night that only come to destroy your essence as human being and they in turn will use your money to build houses you can’t rent, schools you can’t attend, hospitals you can’t pay for and planes that you will never be close enough to take a selfie with not to even talk of getting on board.
Wake up NIGERIANS from your sleep and slumber, see these greedy, arrogant and sly men for who are they. Take a week and not go to church, turn that energy to question everything you know. Take it to know something you don’t know before. Switch off from everything you have been taught and open your mind eyes. Don’t be deceived, these men are after your money and not the goodness of mankind.”
Errm, did he just say we should take a week and not go to church? What is he now? A do-not-go-to-church-in-a-week activist? Well, let’s see how many Nigerians would listen to him!