- Nigerian cleric Apostle Johnson Suleman has advised Nigerians against insulting President Muhammadu Buhari
- Suleman noted that while it is okay to criticize leaders, people must be mindful of their choice of words
- The cleric’s take was received with mixed reactions from his followers
Popular cleric Apostle Johnson Suleman recently shared a piece of vital information for Nigerians on social media.
The man of God in a post shared on microblogging platform, Twitter, charged people to be mindful of their choice of words, whenever they want to speak against or criticize their leaders.
Suleman particularly sited President Muhammadu Buhari as an example. He said although he takes time out to condemn the hardship in the country, he has never insulted the president.
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According to him, Buhari is old enough to be his father. He said people should speak their minds, but they should do it respectfully.
"We must be guided when we talk about our leaders..we can criticize. it is our rights..but our words matter. I don't like the killings, hunger, hardship in Nigeria. I speak against it..but I have never insulted @MBuhari .he is old enough to be my father..speak your mind but respectfully," his post read.
See his tweet below:
Check out what some his followers had to say to his post below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Suleman joined popular author Reno Omokri, to call for the boycott of popular movie streaming app, Netflix. The call came after a movie portraying Jesus Christ as a gay man was released on the platform.
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