Apostle Suleman responds to people calling him out for not donating to govt

Apostle Suleman responds to people calling him out for not donating to govt

- Apostle Johnson Suleman has taken to social media to address his critics

- The popular man of God in a recent tweet, revealed that he received criticisms for not giving to the government

- Responding to them, he explained that the government is not hungry and that he prefers to give to the poor

Following the coronavirus pandemic that has hit Nigeria, many celebrities, wealthy citizens and men of God have reached out to the poor to help with food and financial aid. One of such people is Apostle Johnson Suleman.

However, it appears he received criticisms for giving to the poor and nothing to the federal government as some have been known to do.

Explaining his reasons, he stated that the government is not hungry, unlike the poor who are in need.

He tweeted: "I hear people are calling me out for not giving money to govt to combat COVID 19. Govt is not hungry, why should I give them?. God will reward my wife and I for the hundreds of millions we have given this period. we give to the poor directly..giving is for the needy not the greedy.."

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Speaking of people in need, a Nigerian man identified as ID Okorie recently shared his experience with a lady he tried to help.

Okorie revealed he recently did a giveaway of N500k, sending N5k and 10k to several people. However, not everyone was grateful to receive help from him.

One of the benefactors identified as Uche Nilla Amechi, received N10k from the benevolent man. Rather than show gratitude, this seemed to displease her and then she called to let him know the money wouldn't be enough. Okorie, probably put off by her ingratitude, hung up on her.

However, she didn't stop there. She proceeded to Facebook to send him messages, blasting him for disrespecting her by sending such a small amount for her to stock up.

This then pushed Okorie to call her out on Facebook, demanding that she return the money he sent to her.

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Meanwhile, top Nigerian billionaire businessman, Aliko Dangote has brought hope to the people of Kano state following his generous donation towards the fight against the coronavirus pandemic also known as COVID-19.

Dangote who is Africa's richest man donated a 600-bed isolation center to the state, which will be mounted at the Sani Abacha Stadium, according to Salihu Tanko Yakasai who is the special adviser on media in the state.

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