Over 100 undergraduates ‘renounce cultism’ in OAU, UI during Adeboye’s crusade

At the just concluded Campus Holy Ghost service, over 100 undergraduates of the University of Ibadan and the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife were reported by Punch Newspapers to have renounced cultism.
The report states that the number of students, who renounced their evil ways at the University of Ibadan were more than those recorded at the OAU.
While preaching, the man of God, Pastor Adeboye admonished the students involved in cultism to come out of the congregation to the altar area to surrender their  lives to Jesus Christ.
Some female undergraduates were reportedly part of those who answered the call of the man of God.
 “I want those of you who have been deceived into joining any cult group to come forward and my God will set you  free.
“Come now, I want to pray for you, the Lord wants to set you free.  Come  and be free, come to the one  who can set you free,” he said.
Meanwhile, the spokesperson of OAU, Abiodun Olanrewaju, said those who renounced cultism may not be students of the institution as undergraduates from various higher institution attended the service.
 “Some students came from different higher institutions for the service. Some of them hearkened to the call of God made by Baba Adeboye.
“We are happy that youths of this country are renouncing cultism and embracing God. It shows that there is a bright future for this country.  We are happy and I am sure the people of Nigeria are happy about this,” he said.

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