UI, OAU students renounce cultism at Adeboye’s ‘Campus Holy Ghost Service’

Yvonne Williams

Almost 100 undergraduates of the University of Ibadan and the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife renounced cultism at the separates crusades tagged ‘Campus Holy Ghost Service’, which were held at the two universities.

According to the Punch who monitored the two events on Dove TV, which is owned by the Redeemed Christian Church of God, it was observed that the number of students, who turned their back on their evil ways at UI outnumbered those who shunned various cult groups at the OAU.

Speaking on the topic, Divine Visitation, at UI on Wednesday night, the cleric admonished anyone involved in cultism to come out of the congregation to the altar area to surrender their lives to Jesus Christ.
Before Adeboye counted 12, students trooped out to renounce cultism publicly and the cleric prayed to God to destroy every evil covenant and curse they might have attracted while they were members of various cult groups.

The revival held at the OAU had the Vice-Chancellor of the university, Prof. Bamitale Omole, in attendance and he watched with joy as his students trooped out and turned their backs on cult groups.
Some youngsters, who apparently are secondary school students, were also seen among those who renounced cultism at the OAU crusade, tagged ‘Mighty Hand of Power.’

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