Apostle Sulieman Disagrees With Police Over Paraded Suspects, Reveals Real Identity Of His Attackers
The senior pastor and general overseer of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has claimed that he is responsible for mobilizing the police to go after those who attacked him and his family back in October 2022.
Delivering a recent sermon, Apostle Suleman told his church members that he worked with three different police units to achieve results. The controversial cleric further stated that the suspect, Yusuf Isah, paraded by the police on Thursday was arrested in May 2023.
“October there was an attempt, you all saw the attempt, and when the attempt came I told myself I wasn’t going to rest till we get them arrested. I started with a group of officers, they were not fast so I moved to the next group, they were not fast, and I moved to another set, you see now, police are taking the credit for something that someone mobilized them to do,” the fiery preacher said. “If I wasn’t serious they won’t get those guys, they can take the credit, it is fine but I said I was going to pursue them and find them, they were deadly guys. They don’t use phone calls, they use telegram, so to track them was a little bit difficult. The guy you saw in the video is a sniper.
“They caught him in Akure. You will be shocked that we caught him two months ago, you are just hearing it now. We were using him to get all the information we needed to get.”
On the identity of those who carried out the attack, Suleman disclosed that they are also involved in kidnapping, adding that they are the same gang that abducted a man (Baba Petrol) in the town where he was attacked.
Even more, Suleman alleged that they “were the group that attacked the mother of the Kogi State governor as well.”
According to him, “Six of them are from Kogi State, one is a Fulani. That is not my interest, my interest is who sent you?”