RCCG members protest, disrupt worship service after Nigerian government officials show up in church
Members of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) have communicated dismay at the manner in which Nigeria is being governed.
They did this during an unexpected protest at a RCCG branch in New Jersey, the United States.
“Say no to Fulani government,” a protester who identified himself as Dr Seyi Adesanya repeatedly said in a viral video.
A woman could be heard talking over the public address system, persuading the protesters to take things easy.
At the point when one man moved toward Adesanya to argue for quiet, the RCCG part blamed his own congregation for intriguing with the Nigerian government to clear out Yorubas and Igbos from the country.
“You are co-conspirators. RCCG are conspirators,”he said.
“We are Yorubas and Igbos here. They’re killing our kin. We won’t take this no more. Gibberish,” he said.
Two different protesters conveyed placards obviously containing pictures of the killings happening in Nigeria and displayed them before certain men believed to be government authorities.
“This is exactly what is happening,” one of them said. “You’re sitting down here in the US. This is what is happening. We won’t take this anymore.”
“Called them!” one more protester said after somebody apparently threatened to get the police involved.