General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God
(RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has revealed why he will not seek vengeance
against killers of Abuja preacher, Deaconess Eunice Olawale Elisha.

Forty-two-year old Mrs Elisha was hacked to death by
hoodlums on June 9 at Gbazango-West area of Kubwa, a satellite town in the
Federal Capital Territory while preaching early in the morning.

She was an assistant pastor at the RCCG, Divine Touch
parish, Old NEPA road, Phase 4, Kubwa, before she was slashed in the neck and
stabbed in the stomach by suspected religious fanatics.

Adeboye, fondly called Daddy G.O by his admirers, said
contrary to calls by eminent Nigerians that he should seek vengeance against
killers of the evangelist, he would not do so.

He said such move would be counterproductive just as it
would be contrary to what the deceased wanted and stood for when she was
martyred.

According to the revered man of God, if Dcns Elisha was
actually preaching to win souls for Jesus Christ, it would be unscriptural and
anti-Christ to seek to kill the same souls she sought to save.

Adeboye made the declaration on the occasion of the second
day of the ongoing Ministers Conference at the Redemption Camp, Kilometer 46,
Lagos – Ibadan Expressway on Friday morning ahead the 64 annual convention
starting August 1.

“I’m not looking for vengeance. I won’t listen to people
asking me to seek vengeance.

“I won’t pursue the case. That’ll be contrary to what she
wanted.

“She wanted them saved, not killed.

“What will their killing do for me?,” the 74-year-old cleric
queried.

Teaching on the topic, “Importance of Mercy,” Adeboye said
since every Christian did not know when they would die, the time to truly seek
God was now.

Making an example out of the slain Mrs Elisha whom he said
was not aware she won’t return home alive on that fateful day, the Ifewara-born
cleric warned that the end of the age was imminent, hence the prevalence of
vices all over the world.

He said the murdered evangelist finished well and was, no
doubt, sitting at the right hand of her Saviour for whom she paid the supreme
price.

“Recently, some hoodlums went to murder my daughter in
Abuja.

“She was doing her morning cry that morning as she usually
did, armed with a megaphone and her Bible.

“An Imam was said to have sent some hoodlums to drive her
away, but they did something else.

“She didn’t know she won’t return home that day

“She finished well. She finished strong

“What a beautiful way to go. She’s gone to be with the
Lord,” he stated glowingly.

The man of God said that his joy was predicated on the fact
that another soul was waiting for him in Heaven.

“My joy is that she finished well and I have additional soul
waiting to welcome me in Heaven when it is my time,” Adeboye noted.

It will be recalled that husband of the slain evangelist,
Pastor Elisha had, earlier, expressed misgivings in killing whoever was caught
in connection with the murder, saying he would rather they gave their lives to
Jesus Christ.

Describing his wife as a martyr, he said: “I see her as a
martyr, and she died for Christ. And whether the people are caught or not, they
should forgive them; my prayer is that if they can accept Christ, that will be
a gain to Christ.”

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