Governor Fayose Rescues Apostle Suleiman As DSS Harrases And Tries To Arrest Him

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Governor Ayo Fayose on tuesday midnight thwarted a plan to capture Apostle Johnson Suleiman of the Omega Fire Ministry by the DSS for speaking
against Fulani herders killing of Nigerians at his campaign last Sunday.

Outfitted men of the DSS came in THREE Hilux Vans and were laying attack on Midas Hotel, Iworoko, Ado-Ekiti, to impact Apostle Johnson Suleman's capture before the Governor raged the inn to save him.


Suleman is facilitating a two-day campaign in Ado Ekiti labeled 'Assistance From Above', his first in Ekiti State.

Ayodele Fayose went to the opening of the two days campaign, and got twist of the DSS nearness at the inn where Suleman was held up.


Representative Fayose drove himself to the lodging, kept the DSS men from taking Suleiman away and moved the Man of God to the Govt House. More photographs beneath:

Talking after the situation, Apostle Suleman demanded that it was the handwork of the government and he would not be cowed.

"I'm not a fanatic individual, I'm not a legislator. I'm sent by my Father to convey messages and I'll not be scared.

For endeavoring to capture me for talking reality in one day, the harm they had done to themselves would take one year to repair."

Messenger Suleman along these lines needs the world, Nigerians and the Christian world to realize that it is the Nigeria's administration that is after his life for his remain against a framework that abuses the Christianity," peruses an announcement from the congregation.

In the interim, individuals from the Omega Fire Ministries in 51 countries of the world have responded to the badgering of their leader and originator, debilitating to stage dissents at the nations' international safe havens to enroll their disappointment, calling the improvement 'war against Christianity.'











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