- The safety of Mathew Kukah must be guaranteed and respected, according to Apostle Suleman
- The preacher says people should leave the Catholic bishop alone and concentrate on fighting insecurity
- According to him, God will reply anybody planning to touch the son of God
Apostle Johnson Suleman, senior pastor and general overseer of Omega Fire Ministries International, has sent a serious warning to those who are criticising Bishop Mathew Kukah.
The fiery preacher said that nothing must be done to harm the Catholic bishop over his comments on President Muhammadu Buhari's administration.
Suleman disclosed this on his official Twitter page recently.
"Nothing must happen to Bishop Kukah. Those who are planning it know what I am saying. Let's not trigger what would snowball into more drama. Leave unarmed critics and deal with armed terrorists. Dont touch bishop Kukah when you touch God's ministers,God would reply you."
Meanwhile, reactions have quickly followed Suleman's statement on social media with many backing him and others criticising him.
In his reaction, @MikeAustin1977 wrote:
"I think the main reason Buhari failed in governance is coz he picked up every fight that comes his way and fighting many fights has weakened him, he uses his power and strength which is the security agencies to fight wrong fights which makes them weak to fight the real fight."
@abefescott also wrote:
"We all know that Buhari govt has failed, should we not speak the truth, killing, insecurities everywhere so people must complain."
On his part, @salute198 added:
"So if I may ask, God did not reply this evil government for the killing of the innocents but God will reply if they touch a bishop. You pastors are jokers I swear. Oga pastor, God is not coming to fight for anyone, na we go fight for ourselves."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that in what will annoy many youths in northern Nigeria, Shehu Sani called on them to leave Kukah alone and focus on the banditry problem facing them.
The former senator representing Kaduna central made this known in a tweet on Monday, December 28, following numerous statements from the youths against the Catholic bishop who recently lambasted the administration of President Buhari.
Sani in telling the youths to prioritise the security situation in the region used a maxim from southwest to convey his message.
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