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Leke Adeboye faces 3-man panel for calling RCCG Pastors ‘Goats’

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Leke Adeboye, the last son of the general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, was on Wednesday, April 6, made to face a three-man panel over his recent comment describing some pastors of the church as ‘Goats’.

Leke Adeboye
Leke Adeboye

On Tuesday, April 5, Leke shared a post on his Instagram page where he criticized Pastors who deliver their own sermons on the first Sunday of every month after his father must have delivered one that had been broadcasted across all parishes in the country.

Reacting to this development, Leke in his post wrote;

‘Why would you go and preach another sermon after Daddy GO (General Overseer) had just finished speaking and preaching? You are not a son, you are a goat sir. Next Thanksgiving service, just do altar call, then Thanksgiving”

Screenshot of Leke Adeboye's post
Screenshot of Leke Adeboye’s post

He received serious backlash for referring to the clergymen as goats

Sahara Reporters reports that Leke was made to stand before a three-man panel on Wednesday which included his father-in-law, and was asked never to repeat such again after he had vehemently and arrogantly said he would not apologize for the insulting comments made against senior pastors of the church.

“Leke Adeboye was made to face a panel today (Wednesday) for insulting pastors and calling them goats. The three-man panel, unfortunately, did not punish him or ask him to apologize. One of the members of the panel is his father-in-law.

He arrogantly told off the panel that he cannot apologize. And what did they do? They only told him to not repeat it again” sources within the church were quoted as saying

Leke has since deleted the post from his IG page and has not also tendered a public apology to the pastors.

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