2023 Polls: “It’s Agberocracy,” Apostle Suleman Gives Cryptic Description of Nigeria’s Democracy
- Apostle Johnson Suleman has dropped his definition of Nigeria's democracy while reacting to the conduct of the 2023 general elections
- The general overseer of Omega Fire Ministries maintained that the country's system of government is an ‘agberocracy’, not a democracy
- The controversial cleric further noted that the system of government Nigeria practises is worrisome and not encouraging
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The controversial Nigerian preacher, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has expressed strong opinions about the recently concluded Nigerian general elections.
Apostle Suleman, the General Overseer of the Omega Fire Ministries, who is not happy with the outcome of the 2023 general elections, has described Nigeria's democracy.
Apostle Suleman reacts to 2023 elections, drops his definition of Nigeria's democracy
According to the popular cleric, Nigeria is practising 'agberocracy', not democracy, a Premium Times report confirmed.
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Delivering a sermon on Sunday, March 19, the preacher, whose convoy recently came under heavy gunfire, said Nigeria has failed to adopt the concept of democracy properly.
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In another development, the news about Apostle Suleman and the Nollywood actress Halima Abubakar was yet to go down when a fresh matter surrounding the pastor arose.
The man of God was recently tagged in another heated online session stirred by a popular Twitter user, Daniel Regha.
Amidst the viral feud between Halima and Suleman, the Twitter influencer called the preacher out on another pending issue that the public was also interested in.
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Pastor Oluwole Sola of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) in Lagos has reacted and shared his opinion regarding the presidential candidates the youths should vote for.
Ahead of the 2023 presidential election, the cleric sent an essential message to Nigerians while urging them to be wise and never misuse the opportunity to decide the future of Nigerians.
With six days to the 2023 presidential election, the pastor urged the youths in Nigeria to vote wisely and shun any form of violence.