New Year Crossover Services: Sam Adeyemi tells Christians how to go about crossover
December 30, 2020
NaijaNews Nigeria reports that the Senior Pastor of Daystar Christian Centre, Sam Adeyemi has weighed into the disagreement between the governments and churches over New Year cross over services.
This online news medium gathered that the government had directed churches to obey COVID-19 protocols and curfew during cross over services.
Several states have urged religious leaders to respect curfew while others have outrightly banned cross-over services.
However, some churches criticised the government directives.
Adeyemi, speaking on the development, urged Christians not to stress about timing but partake in their crossover services at any time.
If you say “Happy New Year” at 2pm on 31st December in Lagos, you won’t be wrong.
You’ll only be joining people in Sydney Australia to say it at that time. In fact, you’ll be 10 hours ahead of others in Nigeria. Don’t stress over time to crossover. Just crossover. #HappyNewYear
— Sam Adeyemi (@sam_adeyemi) December 29, 2020
According to him, the major thing is to crossover to 2021.
“If you say ‘Happy New Year’ at 2pm on 31st December in Lagos, you won’t be wrong.
You’ll only be joining people in Sydney, Australia, to say it at that time. In fact, you’ll be 10 hours ahead of others in Nigeria.
“ Don’t stress over time to crossover. Just crossover. #HappyNewYear.”
This is coming after the Christian leadership in Nigeria, CAN, instructed worship centres to respect government’s directives