Apostle Suleman supports Pastor Adeboye against protesters over Leah Sharibu

  • Man of God, Apostle Johnson Suleman, Senior Pastor of Omega Fire Ministries, has frowned at the protest against Pastor Enoch Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, over his quietness on Boko Haram hostage, Leah Sharibu and happenings in Nigeria.

Voice telling you to challenge your husband is from spiritual husband – Apostle Suleman


It was reported that a few individuals from the Creative Group Industry by the leadership of Eedris Abdulkareem on Monday arranged a peaceful protest to the Redemption Camp, Lagos – Ibadan Expressway, to make a few requests from the General Overseer, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, to talk up on certain improvements affecting the majority in the nation.

The hundreds of protesters which Nigerian performer and acivist, Charles Oputa, famously called Charly Boy, Michael Parish, Idris Abdulkareem, Baba Fryo and two or three other unknown entertainers.

They were seen with several placards making adverse comments on Pastor Adeboye for staying silent over Leah Sharibu’s abduction and the Islamisation move by the President Muhammadu Buhari government.

Some words on the placards read: “Adeboye speak up for Leah Sharibu”, “Adeboye would you have kept quiet if Leah was your biological daughter”.

This doesn’t go well with Apostle Suleman as he condemned the action via his twitter handle. He refused to accept their claim that Adeboye is quet about whts is going on in the country.

Apostle Suleman wrote:

“Papa Adeboye said the government should hasten the release of Leah and all in captivity (I was there).

“He only told us not to take laws into our hands and pray for Nigeria and you say he is not speaking.

“Wait till you are that age so you show us how else an elder should speak.”

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