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Apostle Suleman Slams Those Critising Pastor Adeboye Over Insecurity, Speaks On What Adeboye Has Done

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Protest against Redeemed Christian Church of God’s Pastor, Enoch Adeboye for allegedly being silent on Boko Haram captive, Leah Sharibu and happenings in Nigeria, has been condemned by Apostle Johnson Suleman, Senior Pastor of Omega Fire Ministries.

Naija News understands that some members of the Creative Group Industry led by Eedris Abdulkareem today protested at the Redemption Camp, Lagos -Ibadan Expressway.

The group Naija News learnt were making some demands from the General Overseer, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, to speak up on some developments affecting the masses in the country.

The protesters in their hundreds, included maverick Nigerian entertainer and activist, Charles Oputa, popularly called Charly Boy, Michael Parish, Idris Abdulkareem, Baba Fryo and a couple of other upcoming artists

The protesters with placards criticised Pastor Adeboye

The placards read: “Adeboye speak up for Leah Sharibu”, “Adeboye would you have kept quiet if Leah was your biological daughter”.

Reacting to the development, Apostle Suleman took to his official Twitter page to condemn the protesters for criticizing Adeboye.

In defense of Adeboye, Suleman wrote: “Papa Adeboye said the government should hasten the release of Leah and all in captivity (I was there).

“He only told us not to take laws into our hands and pray for Nigeria and you say he is not speaking.




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