Apostle Suleman Takes Crusade To Adamawa, Says “Govt’s Body Language Fuelling Tribal Killings”


Servant of God and Senior Pastor at Omega Fire Ministries (OFM) worldwide, Apostle (Prof.) Johnson Suleman, will on Tuesday, July 10th, 2018 visit Yola, Adamawa State capital, Nigeria, for the next Northern edition of his ‘The Supernatural’ crusade.
 As usual, Apostle Suleman’s visit would set a remarkable agenda for the two-day visit by way of turning the unrighteousness in men to righteousness through divine encounter with Christ. According to a statement from OFM, “the Adamawa visit is a special one because it would guarantee a hope that in spite of the obvious tribal challenges in the North of Nigeria and the socio-economic uncertainties facing Nigerians generally, there is still a strong hope for the nation.”
 Also, the statement said that participants billed to attend the Ribadu Square, Jimeta, Yola crusade would encounter God in His real form as “He is ready to provide lasting solutions for He holds the power to change all negative circumstances, no matter the challenges of life, which they had been facing and which they might have sought for solutions in different quarters.”
 Meanwhile, Apostle Suleman has expressed his concern on the challenges faced by some states in Northern Nigeria in recent times, especially killings in Jos, Plateau State where more than 200 people have been killed. The ‘Oracle of God’, during a Sunday service at the OFM headquarters, Auchi, Edo State, called out the Nigerian political leadership for what he described as their ‘unsympathetic approach to challenges facing Nigerians’. Suleman, insisting that the killings by herdsmen in Plateau State and elsewhere are being encouraged by the leadership’s body language, reminded the public of his March 2018 prophecy that he did not see the herdsmen attack ending soon.
Suleman, thereby, warned that, “Unless Nigerian leaders changed their ways by starting to undertake positive steps and measures and ensuring that people get punished for criminal activities, the worst is yet to happen.”





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