Jonathan's government stole a lot of money - Apostle Suleman

Jonathan's government stole a lot of money - Apostle Suleman

Popular Nigerian pastor and general overseer, Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has accused the administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan of " stealing so much money".

The controversial pastor made the allegation in a tweet via his official Twitter handle, @APOSTLESULEMAN, in the early hours of Saturday, June 8.

"Someone asked me why am against the present govt and I screamed God forbid.i asked him why he didn't say same when I was seriously speaking out against the activities of the previous govt that stole so much money..am not political,I speak truth to power..," Suleman tweeted.

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Meanwhile, Jonathan has recently claimed that, contrary to popular opinions, his administration’s anti-corruption fight was more effective and produced better results than what is obtained under the current administration of President Muhammadu Buhari.

In his new book titled My Transition Hours, the former president listed the methods his administration used to combat corruption in the country.

Jonathan posited that that corruption fight cannot be effectively fought and won by the executive arm alone, as it requires the involvement of other arms of government.

Legit.ng previously reported that leader of Free the Sheeple movement and controversial media personality, Daddy Freeze, called Apostle Suleman out on social media over his recent purchase of a private jet.

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Daddy Freeze in an Instagram post demanded to know how many poor people Suleman was helping in his church.

Meanwhile, Apostle Suleman once stated that acquiring cars, private jets and other luxuries was a waste of time.

The pastor directed his preaching to men of God who he challenged to try to impact the lives of poor people as that was a more noble thing to do.

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Source: Legit.ng

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