Apostle Suleman says Buhari is tolerant of other religions

Apostle Suleman says Buhari is tolerant of other religions

- Apostle Johnson Suleman, a senior pastor of Omega Fire Ministries (OFM), dismisses claims that President Muhammadu Buhari is not tolerant of other religions

- Suleman insists that President Buhari is not a religious bigot as is being suggested by some persons

- The cleric narrates a past experience he had with the president which made him conclude that Buhari is tolerant of other religions

Johnson Suleman, a senior pastor of Omega Fire Ministries (OFM), has described President Muhammadu Buhari as a person who is tolerant of other religions.

The cleric made the statement in an open letter he wrote to Femi Adesina, presidential spokesman over an earlier disagreement he had with the presidential aide on insecurity in the country, The Cable report.

Apostle Suleman says Buhari is tolerant of other religions

Suleman says President Buhari is not a religious bigot as is being suggested by some persons
Source: UGC

Suleman in the letter insisted that President Buhari is not a religious bigot as is being suggested by some persons.

The cleric narrated a past experience he had with the president which made him conclude that Buhari is tolerant of other religions.

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The cleric said there was a time Buhari called him (Suleman) on phone and after exchanging pleasantries, he prayed for the president in Jesus' name and Buhari said amen.

“…President Muhammadu Buhari called me on phone and we exchanged pleasantries. And, at the end, I prayed with him in Jesus name and he said Amen!..." Suleman said.

The religious leader said the president is surrounded by people who are painting him wrongly before some who aren’t privileged to know him.

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On security news, the warrior chief of Yorubaland, the Aare Ona Kakanfo, Gani Adams is said not to be taking it lightly with critics of Operation Amotekun, the security initiative created by the governors of the Southwest on January 9.

A report by Vanguard newspaper claimed that the former leader of the Oodua Peoples Congress, told the audience at a southwest security summit at The Grand Place event centre in Osogbo, Osun state capital on Friday, January 31 those working against Amotekun will die suddenly

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Adams noted that the southwest would not allow the initiative to die rather those fighting for its death would die suddenly.

He revealed further that the people of the southwest are behind the initiative and the governors who created it and so it was a popular movement that must stay.

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