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Sunday, August 28, 2016

Apostle Johnson Suleman Dazzles Poly Student And Church Usher With N4m Car, N.25m Cash Gifts

Nigerian pastor and head of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman, who is known for his passion for generosity, has shocked a Poly student with a car worth N2 million and N250,000 cash gift.





At the last Sunday service at Auchi, Nigerian headquarters of Suleman’s church, Victor Apebuamhe, an ND 1 student of Auchi Polytechnic who doubles as a cobbler in the town, reportedly won the heart of the famous preacher with his great dance moves during praise worship.

 To the admiration of the Apostle who is currently in Switzerland on world crusade tour, Victor was said to have also raised his voice in praises and thanksgiving despite his obvious very humble state.



Also, a church member, Mr. Afedume, who has been consistent with God, received a Sienna car from the Oracle of God. Afedume is a father with family of eight. He is an usher in the church who combines transporting his large family to and from the church to caring for church members and guests. The Holy Spirit spurred Apostle Suleman who took pity on him for all his efforts and presented him the car to ease his traffic. 

This spaced car was also worth a little above N2m.


For Victor, as he was engrossed with praises and dance, Apostle Suleman reportedly moved closer to him, stopped the worship for a moment and announced to the awe of the congregation that ‘his time has come’, his usual phrase when the Holy Spirit leads him to give to the poor.




As the service came to an end, Suleman announced to the church that Victor would be going home with a car and cash. And true to his promise, a Honda Saloon car and the cash gift were handed to Victor, who said in his thankful statement to Suleman that he had always believed that he worships God that changes lives and destinies.   




Meanwhile, at the ongoing end of the month 'Fire And Miracle Night' the August edition, which began on Friday night, God, through His Oracle, performed wonders that could not be fathomed, miracles that could not be counted while out of his usual passion for giving, Suleman blessed many.




40 comments:

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    1. All these arrangee pastor keu keu. Tell him Elrufai is still bouncing and sipping his nunu 100%,sickle cell guy that God has been guiding since childhood,na one pastor keu wan come arrange rapture for his head.

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    2. Will u sharaaaaaaaaaaap ur dirty stinking gutter mouth.

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  2. Chai, that Baby boy no reach 1m oooh
    kudos to him shaa but fuel na 145k per litre.

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  3. Awww God bless my apostle. May heaven open more doors for you IJN

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  4. Endtime Pastor.... Always showing himsef...

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  5. I love this man someone please tell him I graduated on the 18th of August also remind my birthday is few days from now😍😘😘 so kind of him.

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  6. Ahn ahn, this man of God is really generous...God bless him for giving.

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  7. I mean this money can putpoor people kids in school..and feed them as well...

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    1. Will u shut up your mouth.. Poor people no dey finish for this world, and who told u he no dey give dem. I'm sure if u get rich u won't even remember the poor.. So shut that mouth up.

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  8. Amazing God of wonders!please bless me and all that concerns me this week. Amen!

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  9. Wow!
    But, methinks a cash gift of 2mil would have been better than a car of 2mil for someone who is a cobbler. Cos 2mil would set him on the right path to being an entrepreneur, and when he is fully established, he can buy a car.

    Nice one apostle suleman..

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    1. You are very correct @ North.
      But in all, that's a good gesture. May God continue to bless him. His time has come indeed.

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    2. He can still sell the car, so the choice is his.

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    3. Help me tell Apostle o.

      Make i shut up sha

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  10. I reserve my comment about this man called Apostle Suleiman.
    Good thing he did though, but he should have given the young man cash to help him start a trade, anyways, maybe the car was also gifted to the Apostle.

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    1. Madam he was also given a cash gift,it is boldly written up there.

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  11. The best form of giving charity is giving in such a way that our left hand doesn’t know what our right hand has spent....giving in private..

    Giving charity publicly is only allowed or genuine when the giver knows his intentions are not to show off or be boastful, and can donate charity in a modest way—sets a good example to the community thereby encouraging others to follow in the giver’s footsteps and give charity, too...

    The way to know if someone's charity (giving) is genuine is the intention behind it and the persons behavior...

    But you see, most of these Nigerian pastors esp the one above, they only give to advertise their church business to the world so as to get more members. They give to showoff, they pay the media to give it much publicity so as to get more customers to their church business and that invalidates the giving..

    That's also how to know a fake charity or a fake 'man of god'. These people and their charity are so fake ehn..Only the wise would see them for who they really are.

    #I'm outtie.

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    1. Maybe I would have paid more attention to your comment if you were a christian. Kindly swerve.

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    2. Hian!!! Eesah, is it by force to give in private?

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    3. Atheist's brother. Cheap ass brother28 August 2016 at 20:34

      Religious fundamentalists go kill you today with this your comment.

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  12. God please pick my own call oooo.
    Am tired of working in this chamber as a clerk for a salary of 10k a month but I've not been paid for two months now and the only thing sustaining me is the 150 naira feeding money I get everyday. Just tired

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  13. #When someone else's happiness is your happiness, that's love*

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  14. Am a christian. ...but what's the essence of giving him car. Worth 2m. ...and u are giving him just 250k cash. ........all na wash

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  15. Lucky people! God pls send divine helpers my way and my daughter's IJN, Amen!

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  16. Na show. Abi una no read about the professional miracle receivers and testimony givers last week. The car will be returned to where it was borrowed, the check will not be cashed but the actor will be paid for his role in the whole gifting ministry. I no trust naija pastors at all. All na for attention to bring in more people for tithe.

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  17. Very good man,God pls I need this kind of miracle in my life, end my suffering s and make me happy for life

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  18. God is a God of all. Apostle Suleiman, I pray you read this blog or one of your aids does. I was the person that called you last year at a most trying time when I had no where to turn or who to talk to and I miraculously got your number and called you from London and you shouted at me that who ever gave your number to me know that you do not answer your phone. That day I was at the point of ending my life as I felt there was no solutions anywhere. I could have stopped being a Christian the way you treated me that day but you made me realise that God is not there for pastors alone but for everybody and that pastors are humans like me. Without your prayer God showed me Himself so I am not bitter and disappointed with you as I felt that day. If God is God, one day I will stand in front of you and tell you what your reaction did to me that day.

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  19. I am one of those he ensured went thru university. Been an orphan He was my own angel. Even myfriends knws he was my sponsor.just graduated last year.its no scam. If u knw him personally he s very very simple.

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