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Sunday, January 20, 2019

Apostle Suleman Gifts N6.5M To 100's Of Unemployed Graduates....

The President and founder of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman surprised unemployed graduates today Sunday 20th January, 2019 during the Sunday Service at the international headquarters of the ministry in Auchi, Edo State, Nigeria.





He said in his speech that he was instructed by God to do what he did and that giving is his lifestyle. 

The Apostle also encouraged the unemployed graduates not to depend on government for jobs.
He also admonished Christians to always give as it's their reason for living.

19 comments:

  1. Wow. More grease to his elbows.
    I feel like his wife is a bv😜

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  2. Industry/factories/employment
    That's what Nigerian graduates need.

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  4. Suleman well done

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  5. God bless him for this kind gesture

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  6. Some will still pay tithe from this money

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  7. Giving has been his doings. I love the way he reach out to the needy. God's continual grace upon his ministry and the body of Christ all over the world.

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  8. Where are they sharing it biko?

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  9. Nice to read such once in a while... its really very difficult out there. I work but I know how difficult it is for me to cope and survive so just imagine one without an income... really sad... I just pray industries are built, job creation is taken seriously... we need help in Nigeria.

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  10. Money from the stupid gullible congregation

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    1. shut up your mouth, if they give, problem, if they don't give, problem.. Tcheww..

      bless you sire

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    2. At least it's going into something tangible.

      Yeye people. They must complain about everything

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    3. You can never please the world. The same world people will criticize if he didn't give out to the poor and unemployed youth. Now he has given and you still complain. nwanne e'ga buru ogbenye bia bukwa amosu? Mbanu.

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  11. It is more blessed to give than to receive.

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