Apostle Suleman campaigns for peace between Nigerians & South Africans

Apostle Suleman campaigns for peace between Nigerians & South Africans

The Founder of Omega Fire Ministries International Apostle Johnson Suleman asks Nigerians and South Africans to embrace each other for a peaceful co-existence.

He laments that his heart breaks anytime he hears that there is a xenophobic attack in South Africa, especially if the attack is against Nigerians.

On the second day of his special programme holding in Johannesburg at the church premises in Central Johannesburg yesterday, the charismatic apostle says “We need each other. President Trump talks tough about China but China and the U S don’t fight. There is a strong trade relation between them”.

The prophet, philanthropist and music maestro affirms that there are many South African businesses doing well in Nigeria that may be attacked by the backlash of xenophobic attacks.

He also advised against criticising or scandalising men of God. He reveals that such reckless act may bring a curse upon those who do it amongst other grave consequences. “Leave servants of God to God for judgement…”.

The two-day programme of Omega Fire Ministries climaxes this evening at the Holiday Inn Hotel in Sandton where the apostle is being celebrated by “The Sons of The Prophet” and his international partners.

The Sons of The Prophet are the men of God who submits under the guidance and leadership of Apostle Suleman.

Omega Fire Ministries International is one of the fastest growing churches globally.

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