Recall that Adeboye, on Saturday announced he was stepping down as the overseer of the church in Nigeria over the review of the Financial Regulatory council law.
Omokri said the policy by the Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria, FRCN forcing the pastors to resign was not in the best interest of the country.
He added to the reaction, posing some questions and wondering if the Sultan of Sokoto, being the president of the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, Alhaji Muhammad Sa’ad Abubakar, III, would also be forced to resign.
He wrote: “Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria should not extend its tentacles to churches.
“Why should Pastor Adeboye have to retire because of the FRCN?
“This foolish law has already destroyed our banks by pushing out experienced CEOs and bringing in inexperienced leaders. Where does it end?”
“If Adeboye has to go as GO of RCCG, does it mean the Sultan of Sokoto also has to go as president of the Nigerian Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs? Where does it end? He would also go then”, he posted on his Facebook account.