The Northern Christian Youth Network (NCYN) has alerted Nigerians of plans to silence the general overseer of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman by Governor Nasir El-Rufai.
In a statement made available to Pulse
on Wednesday, March 15, 2016, the group’s secretary, Yunana Jacob
described the recent allegation
against Apostle Suleman as a ‘surreptitious, dangerous and well-orchestrated plan’ by the Kaduna state governor to intimidate opposition ahead of the 2019 election.
The group accused Governor El-Rufai of nursing plans to contest for the post of Nigeria’s president in 2019.
”We have no doubt that from the events of the past weeks, that security agencies have been under tremendous pressure to frame Apostle Suleman under spurious charges to put him out of circulation, for daring El-Rufai over the persecution and killing of Christians by Fulani herdsmen in Southern Kaduna,” the statement said.
“The Kaduna State Governor’s grand design is to hound his perceived opponents and to ruin every other persons’ chances just before the 2019 general elections, thus paving the way for him and his co-travelers to have a field day in running the polls with little or no challenge.
“Governor El-Rufai’s agents have been recruiting young women from across Nigeria and some other parts of the world to discredit and impugn the credibility of Apostle Suleman in a manner that has never been seen before.
”The days of anarchy, when innocent people were slammed with spurious charges or their reputation dented to satisfy the inordinate ambition of some persons are gone.”
The group urged Nigerians to disregard the sex scandal allegations against Apostle Suleiman adding that that “such devilish plans have been exposed by the same girls that have been hired to rubbish the man of God”.
INTERESTING? PLEASE DO SHARE WITH YOUR FRIENDS USING THE SHARE BUTTON BELOW.