Apostle Suleman plans to starts airline business, set to employ 3000 staff

Apostle Suleman plans to starts airline business, set to employ 3000 staff

- Top Nigerian pastor, Apostle Johnson Suleman has revealed his plans to start an airline

- The general overseer of Omega Fire Ministries International stated he plans to employ 3000 Africans

- The senior pastor revealed that half of the employees will be from Nigeria

Other religious leaders may be obsessed with the lavish lifestyle thanks to benevolence of their willing followers, but it appears Apostle Johnson Suleman has set out to give back to the people in a really grand way.

He recently took to his Twitter account to announce on the platform that he will be starting an airline soon. What is even more beautiful in the revelation is the fact that he plans to employ 3000 Africans with 50 percent of the staff from Nigeria.

He wrote: "Starting our airline very soon..hoping to employ 3000 Africans. 50 percent Nigerians..part of our contribution to nation building..God helping us.."

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The tweet sparked several reactions from many social media users. While some expressed happiness over the news, others seized the opportunity to express their interest in getting employed by the influential man of God.

See some reactions below:

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Just a while back, the popular man of God shared a post on his Twitter page which got the attention of many. The pastor shared a story of how he refused money from a young man who was supposedly an internet fraudster.

The pastor had asked the young man where he had gotten the money from, but rather than say something, he went dumb. This caused the man of God to suspect the source of his wealth. Read more here.

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