The General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministry, Apostle Suleman, has revealed how God rebuked him for always speaking against anything that went wrong in Nigeria.
In a video on his verified Facebook page, the man of God said that there are things that men appreciate about him that God doesn't approve of. He said that God told him to speak against the leadership of Nigeria, and after speaking, people started applauding and appreciating him, and he decided to focus on speaking against anything that went wrong in the country. While revealing how God rebuked him, Suleman said, "One day God told me that I should get ready for problems because he only told me to speak against the leadership of Nigeria for that time, but I turned it into a ministry to always speak against anything that went wrong in Nigeria. God told me that I continued where he stopped." Suleman further revealed that trouble came for him because he went beyond divine instruction.
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