Stella Dimoko Apostle Suleman Warns Nigerian Leaders, Liberates 13 Libya Deportees With N4m


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Monday, December 11, 2017

Apostle Suleman Warns Nigerian Leaders, Liberates 13 Libya Deportees With N4m

Servant of God and President of the Omega Fire Ministries worldwide (OFM), Apostle (Prof.) Johnson Suleman, was at his latest humanitarian best on Sunday, 10th of December, 2017, as he dazzled with the sum of four million naira, 13 stranded Nigerians who recently escaped from slavery in Libya.

Suleman who runs ‘Touch Of Love’, an independent gift-giving scheme that seeks to provide material assistance to needy people across nations of the world including emergency funds and in-kind gifts, had called out and blessed the 14 Nigerians midway into the Sunday service.

Voicing his views on the sorry state of leadership in Nigeria, which he believes regularly aids the exodus of promising Nigerians into less blessed countries, the ‘Oracle of God’, as Suleman is fondly addressed, counseled the nation’s leadership at all levels to ensure that the nation’s systems work in order to convince the youths that they have a future in their country.”

His words:

“I heard some people saying that they didn’t know why Nigerians are running to Europe and America. See, if Nigeria is good, nobody will leave. The only problem Nigeria has is that our system is not working. If you go to Europe or America, it’s not as if there is no poverty there; there is poverty, the only benefit is that they are the systems that work. You are paying for light, it is working, you are paying for anything, it is working. In Nigeria, you pay for everything, nothing works! So, how do you expect people to stay where they feel they don’t have a future?”

“Check the list of ministers in our government, there is no young person. How then do they focus on the youths when they are all old? They are the same set that has always been in power. They are recycling power. Also, we have a system now that say they are fighting corruption, I say they are not fighting corruption; they are only recovering stolen money. Corruption is the perversion of due process. It is corruption, when you empower people from your own states at the detriment of other parts of the country. Recovering money is not fighting corruption.”

“In as much as I do not support this get-rich-quick syndrome, I will continue to say that we must make Nigeria work. I overheard that even in the deportation camp there is some cartel being run by Nigerians. Can you imagine that? Nigerians selling Nigerians into slavery! That tells you that we are the problem of ourselves. If you go to American an American will tell you that I’m from America, if you go to London, a Londoner will tell you that I’m from London, if you go to India, an Indian will tell you that I’m from India, but if you go to Nigeria, a Nigerian will tell you I’m Ibo, I’m Yoruba, I’m Hausa! We are so tribal conscious. So, we are the problem of ourselves. How can Nigerians be slaughtered in Libya and a Nigerian is the head of the cartel! You are selling your brothers and sisters and you think you are going to enjoy that money? We love strangers we don’t love ourselves.”

“Think of places like Shoprite and others like it, if they were owned by Nigerians few Nigerians will patronize them. But because they are owned by foreigners we all queue up to buy from them. If DSTV was owned by a Nigerian , Nigerians won’t subscribe to it. You will begin to hear something like, oh, he is not from my tribe; he is Ibo, I’m Yoruba. We hire White coach to coach Nigerian footballers and we make his conditions very favourable. When we hire a Nigerian coach, we don’t pay his salary for months, thereby killing his morale yet we cry that we lose matches.

Speaking to the deportees, Apostle Suleman urges them not to regret or cry they ever ventured outside Nigeria for greener pastures but to put the experience behind them and rejoice that they are back home alive. The shame, declares the servant of God, is on the government that cannot take care of its own.


  1. Money talks bullshit works.
    Nwunye korkus, your love for Sulieman has left me speechless.

    All of a sudden, you are now his PR person, always hyping him.

    Brb..i wan Cum.

  2. "we love strangers and we dont love ourselves"
    word..thats just it..we are problem.

  3. simple..let the system just work.
    if i pay for light bills let it be i enjoyed the light.
    if i want to drive around..let the roads be good.
    if i want to go to school,let it be i am taught the practical things that is required to face reality and the world.
    if i apply for a job,let iy be i am giving equal opportunity and a chance to prove myself.
    if i want to start up a business,let it be that the process is free and the cost is not much and loans are easily acessable.
    the list goes on...i am noy asking for much..i just need a system that works..fairly and free with justice and equality and every other thing will fall in place.

  4. Heavy word!thank you apostle.

  5. I don’t like him but he’s so right., I still don’t like his personality.

    1. anon 14:50,go and sit u liking him or not does not God's plans about him.

    2. You are right 14:50 it does not change the fact he impregnated a lady as an Apostle and had her abort the child yet screaming and ranting instead of him to shut up be humble and repent as we all make mistakes with his over bogus Fake M.... ndi ala

  6. MY APOSTLE...He dey talk true. No eye service


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