Apostle Johnson Suleman is a Nigerian televangelist who serves as the senior pastor and general overseer of Omega Fire Ministries International in Auchi, Edo State. He founded Omega Fire Ministries in 2004 after serving as an assistant pastor at the Armor of God Church in Lagos in 1998.
Apostle Johnson Suleman went viral recently concerning the statement he made about IPOB in Nigeria which sparked massive reactions on the Internet. But today, Apostle Johnson Suleman got mixed reactions after he shares a prayer point online. According to what he posted online, he said that "Take a minute and say Thank you Jesus", which he told Nigerians to give thanks to Jesus over the situation in this country, Nigeria.
However, from the comments he got on Twitter, his fellow evangelist don't really react but his fans do the reactions, as they gave their opinion about the prayer point Apostle Johnson Suleman posted. From the comment below, a Twitter user identified as HolyGrail said that "What about Thank You, God, I don't understand why Christians always make Jesus more important than his Creator, Appreciate the all Embracing more, Don't attack me just sharing my thoughts. And other people's comments were concerning positive as some gave thanks to the Lord Jesus.
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