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Holding programmes in yoruba, a major problem in CAC branches abroad- Germany Zonal Supt

Pastor Adedayo Adeosun



By 'Gbenga Bankole


The Superintendent of Christ Apostolic Church, Germany Zone, Pastor Ezekiel Adedayo Adeosun as identified holding programmes in yoruba language in some CAC assemblies abroad as one of the major challenges militating against the growth of the church.

He stated this in an exclusive interview CAC NEWS.

He categorically explained that: "The problem with CAC assemblies in foreign countries is that many people see CAC as Yoruba church. England is a Yoruba country, particularly London. Our church is  flourishing in London because we hold our programmes in yoruba language. It is now that CAC is flourishing in Manchester  because many Yoruba people are there  and this is my pain."

"CAC needs to move from being a local church to an international church. Thank God we are able to break the jinx in Germany. Most of our members in Münster are Ibos and they are from Catholic background but God gave them to us and they are doing well. In Arken which is a Yoruba community we have more Yoruba people in our assembly there."

"I don’t know why a church in ‘whiteman land’ can be speaking Yoruba and this is one of the reason Redeem Christian Church of God is gaining more ground than us. I went to my church in Nigeria recently, I saw the Pastor preaching in Yoruba, I was mad at him."

Pastor Adeosun further stated that; presently we have four branches in Germany. Also, we gave birth to so many churches in Germany that are not CAC. CAC Germany Zone given birth to about 21 Pastors that have their ministries and they are all doing well."



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