Apostle Johnson Suleman, a Nigerian televangelist and the senior pastor and general overseer of Omega Fire Ministries International, a church with its headquarters in Auchi, Edo State, has just voiced out on his official Twitter account that God should help Nigeria. He said there are too many talents, intelligence, gifts, and abilities in Nigeria to be left in the hands of bad leaders.
He compared the country to a football club, Chelsea, which has quite exquisite and talented players but is underperforming because of its manager and leaders.
He made this known via his official Twitter account.
In his post on his official Twitter account, he said, "God help Nigeria." There is too much talent, intelligence, gifting, and ability to be left in the hands of bad leaders."We are not Chelsea."Here is a screenshot of his post on his official Twitter account:
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