Pastor Courage Gabriel the founder of the Mount Zion Tabernacle Int’l Inc. reacts to the alleged sex list against Apostle Johnson Suleman he posted on Twitter newly Today,
He said “Why is it that this generation hates good things, I will say this list is not even enough for a great man like Apostles Johnson Suleman, you would have made this list longer and you also would have written the names of all the Nollywood actress both old and new actresses,
Is it bad to be good in this generation? Just because a man of God is Progressing, you’re just angry and looking for every possible means to tarnish his good name, this world is full of surprises, I think the person who wrote that list is a very idle person He/she has no reasonable thing to do with his/her time.”
He further went on saying “You don’t know that the more you are criticizing him the more he keeps progressing, If you can not stop God Almighty I don’t think you can stop him, let God judge stop condemning."
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