– A Nigerian lawyer living in Japan, Emeka Akaolisa, has criticised the founder of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman, for boasting about his third private jet
– Apostle Suleman recently disclosed that he bought his third private jet during the coronavirus pandemic
– Akaolisa wondered when those that have been brainwashed by Nigerian pastors will come back to their senses
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Emeka Akaolisa, a Nigerian lawyer living in Japan, has lambasted Apostle Johnson Suleman, who recently revealed that he acquired his third private jet during the coronavirus pandemic.
In a viral video, the barrister berated the founder of the Omega Fire Ministries for boasting about his third private jet when people are dying as a result of COVID-19.
Apostle Johnson Suleman has been criticised by a Nigerian lawyer residing in Japan.
Photo credit: Apostle Johnson Suleman
Recall that Apostle Suleman said he prayed for the coronavirus pandemic not to come to an end because he was resting.
Akaolisa said Auchi, where Apostle Suleman’s church is headquartered, is one of the dirtiest places in the world, yet the cleric could be boasting of buying his third private jet.
In his words:
“Pastor Suleman, you have three private jets while Auchi is one of the dirtiest places in the world while Nigeria is one of the poorest places in the world and you have mind to buy the first jet, second jet and the third jet during Coronavirus pandemic when people are dying.”
The legal practitioner expressed displeasure over the fact that people are being brainwashed by pastors. He wondered when those that have been brainwashed will come back to their senses.
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In a previous report by Bioreports, a lot of mixed and heated reactions among Nigerians on social media trailed Apostle Johnson Suleman’s boastful comment that he bought his third jet in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many citizens who were angry over the cleric’s remark claim he is into a kind of fraud, equating him with Hushpuppi, a young rich Nigerian who is facing fraud charges in the United States.
The pastor’s position has also led many people to question his claim of being a Christian, much less a spiritual leader.
Tunde Ososanya, a Bioreports editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He’s passionate about what he does and finds fulfilment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.
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