Adeboye had led a protest last Sunday against mindless killings in the country where he carried a placard and called for an end to bloodshed in the country.
The cleric stressed that whether a Christian or a Muslim, “every life is precious to God.”
Shortly before the walk against insecurity, Adeboye, who said every soul lost to insurgency was precious to God, prayed that evildoers in the country should be exposed.
Reacting to the protest, Junaid in a chat with Daily Independent said “I don’t like talking about people’s religion or religion movements”.
It is not my favourite topic but I would have thought that unless somebody wanted to be mischievous, Adeboye cannot claim to be ignorant of what is happening in Buhari’s government when his boy, the number two man in his church, RCCG is the number two man in the country” .