Apostle Johnson Suleman, the General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries (OFM), has denied reports in the Nigerian stating that he and his wife, Lizzy Johnson Suleman, were attacked by herdsmen.
Naija News recalls that some online news platform (Naija News not inclusive), had reported that the vocal clergyman was attacked alongside his wife by suspected herdsmen at his church in Auchi, Edo State, south-south Nigeria.
However, Apostle Suleman took to the micro-blogging site, Twitter to deny the attack, calling on the public to discard any rumour suggesting that he and his wife were attacked by herdsmen.
Apostle Suleman who has been tagged by some as “controversial,” said he cannot be attacked by herdsmen “except in their feeble minds.”
The clergyman went on to mock the websites that reported the attack, saying that “some blogs are not better than cartoon network.”
According to him, “My wife and I are well and fine..discard any rumour that we were attacked..no attempts even…except in their feeble minds…some blogs are not better than cartoon network,” the OFM General Overseer added.
Apst Johnson Suleman@APOSTLESULEMAN
My wife and I are well and fine..discard any rumour that we were attacked..no attempts even…except in their feeble minds…some blogs are not better than cartoon network..RT..
Meanwhile, Apostle Suleman is the President, Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide and Chief Executive Officer of CelebrationTV Network Ltd, Hossana oil and gas.