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Deborah: Pastor Adeboye Cancels Sokoto Crusade, Issues Fresh Order

Pastor Enoch Adeboye, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), has canceled the Light Up Sokoto Crusade, which was set to take place in the North-West state.

The cancellation was announced on social media on Monday.

Pastor Adeboye, who has been hosting crusades around the country, is set to organize one in Sokoto State from May 16 to 17, 2022, according to

The Sokoto crusade will now take place virtually rather than physically as planned previously.

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Pastor Adeboye encouraged RCCG followers to pray for Sokoto via social media channels.

Deborah was lynched and set burned by her Muslim coworkers for reportedly disrespecting Islam’s Prophet Mohammed, according to

Deborah had been dragged out of her hostel by an enraged crowd, who then beat her to death and burned her body on fire.

Later, the Sokoto State Police Command reported that it had apprehended two individuals, with additional murders being sought.

According to Sanusi Abubakar, a spokesman for the Sokoto police, the crowd overwhelmed campus security before murdering the female student and lighting her body on fire.

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On Saturday, a pamphlet in Hausa circulated, encouraging Muslims to gather in large numbers to condemn the arrest of Deborah’s accused assassins.


Following violent outbreak that accompanied the protests, Tambuwal imposed a curfew to bring the situation under control. reports that the curfew was relaxed on Monday and two suspects were arraigned in court by the Nigerian Police.



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