Apostle Johnson Suleman has sparked reaction with his recent statement concerning the spread of Christianity in Nigeria. In recent years, extremist view has affected the spread of Christianity in The North. Some Northerners are always passing the message that Islam is the only acceptable religion in the territory.
In the recent statement of Apostle Suleman, he seems very sure that Christianity will spread in the North whether Islamic extremist likes it or not. According to him, people like Pantami are not even capable to stop the spread of Christianity in the region.
He said: "one million Pantamis can't stop the spread of Christianity in Northern Nigeria or anywhere for that matter. Divisive mentality and separatist ideology can never produce good governance. We are counting days to the exit of a failed system. We have survived. We will survive!".
I guess Apostle Suleman is right about this! The government hasn't helped in putting an and to tribalism and religious crisis in the country. You would agree with Apostle Suleman that the administration of Buhari has birthed separatist ideology and divisive mentality.
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