Pastor Enoch Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) has revealed in what may appear to some politicians how some political parties draw crowds for campaign rallies ahead of the upcoming election. is celebrating the business personalities of 2022. See the top entrepreneurs from Fintech, Startup, Transportation, Banking and other sectors!

During his ministry at the Holy Spirit Service on Friday, Jan. 7, Pastor Adeboye alleged that some parties actually rent out crowds to make it appear they have a large following and supporters during rallies, Punch reports.

The RCCG general supervisor opined that this is why two campaigns cannot be run simultaneously in one state, as the parties use the same crowds for different rallies.

He said:

“I see it on the news. If human beings promote you, oh, I don’t know if I should say this. I’m sure you’ve been watching the campaign rallies, I see it on the news. I don’t know if you’ve noticed that two different people don’t campaign simultaneously in a town.

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“Have you noticed that? Don’t you know why? Because most of the crowd, most are rented. So I come, I pay, you pick up. After I’m gone, another man comes, he pays, you collect.

Shifting his focus to young Nigerians, the renowned Christian cleric noted that most of the campaign attendees are young people he believes are unemployed, adding that such people have not considered what awaits them when the campaigns end.

His words:

“When I see the hundreds of thousands of young people, you have to be unemployed to attend all these rallies. What will happen when the campaigns are over?