He disclosed this at the Special Holy Ghost Service which commenced on Friday night as part of activities marking the 60th Convention of the Church.
Adeboye said that the Church opened branches in 13 countries in the last one year in addition to the existing 147 nations where the Church operated.
The general overseer, however, said that the level of achievement in respect of the foreign missions was far from the mandate of the Church.
According to him, God expects RCCG to be present in all nations of the world.
He, however, expressed optimism that the goal would be achieved soon.
Adeboye, who announced that a total of 11,162 weddings were conducted by the Church in the last one year, added that 68 women were delivered of babies inside the camp ground, venue of the convention since Monday when the anniversary programmes started.
Meanwhile, there was heavy traffic around the venue when the convention ended around 3 a.m. because of the number of vehicles within the Redemption Camp and gridlock on the Lagos-Ibadan expressway.
The situation was compounded by the deplorable condition of the expressway and the lack of traffic officials to check the excesses of some commercial drivers who parked their vehicles along the road, obstructing free flow of traffic.
Many vehicles developed faults due to the heavy traffic and broke down in the process which further impeded free flow of traffic.
The Convention will continue with Holy Communion Service on Saturday evening and ends on Sunday with ordination of full pastors. (NAN)