Abule Egba Pipeline Explosion: Pastor Adeboye Reacts To RCCG House Fellowship Centre Untouched By Fire 

Pastor Enoch Adeboye

Pastor Enoch Adeboye has reacted to a video claiming that a house used for fellowship by his church members was untouched by fire in the Abule Egba explosion.

A pipeline explosion rocked Abule Egba area of Lagos on Sunday, January 19, leading to a serious fire outbreak that destroyed properties and led to the loss of lives.

The pastor reacted to the trending video on Instagram with a quote from the Bible Legit.ng had earlier reported that pipelines around Abule Egba area of Lagos state were vandalised on Sunday, January 19, and it had led to an explosion that destroyed properties and took five lives. Despite the destruction that occurred in the area, it has been reported that one house was left untouched by the fire when every other house surrounding it was destroyed.

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In a video making rounds online, a young man was heard saying that the house was still intact when the two buildings beside it were already destroyed. He also noted that the house is a fellowship centre for members of the Redeemed Christian Church of God.

Reacting to the video that was shared on Instagram, the general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, shared a Bible verse from Exodus chapter 12 in the comment section. He said: “The blood shall be for as a token upon the house where I al and when you see the blood you will pass over and the plague shall not be upon me to destroy me when you smite the land of Egypt.”

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