Why Pastor Paul Adefarasin apologized to Lagos govt, after Governor Sanwo-Olu was booed

Senior Pastor of House on The Rock Church, Pastor Paul Adefarasin has apologized to the Lagos State government after youths booed Sanwo-Olu’s representative at The Experience on Friday night

Sanwo-Olu’s representative was booed on stage while giving his speech after he was introduced during ’The Experience’ held at the House on the Rock Cathedral, Lekki.

Adefarasin displeased with the crowd’s behavior, apologized to the Lagos State government, describing the attitude as un-scriptural.

He cautioned youths to pray for leaders in order for peace to reign in the country.

“I must honestly caution that we must pray for those who lead us that we may dwell peacefully in the land

“You must never disrespect authority because they beat the sword.

“I apologise to the leaders of Lagos state on your behalf,” Pastor Adefarasin said.

The concert, each year, attracts attention to Nigeria as one of the biggest Christian gatherings in the world. Excited about its decade and a half impact in various spheres, convener and Founder of the House on the Rock Church, Pastor Adefarasin said:

“One of the most gratifying features of The Experience is its ability to transcend borders, suspend prejudices and truly unite people of all races, cultures, colour of skin, ethnicities and denominations as hearts fuse in ardent worship, exhilarating praise and fervent prayer to our Creator.”

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