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What Apostle Suleman Said About Xenophobic Attacks On Nigerians

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What Apostle Suleman Said About Xenophobic Attacks On Nigerians

The General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries (OMF), Apostle Johnson Suleman, has condemned the recent Xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa.

Naija News had reported earlier that properties including cars belonging to Nigerians in the country, were set ablaze by South Africans in the wake of the Xenophobic attacks.

In a viral video, South Africans also looted shops belonging to Nigerians. At least three people were also feared dead during the  Xenophobic attacks.

Reacting to the Xenophobic attacks in a series of tweets on Tuesday, Apostle Suleman recalled how former South African President late Nelson Mandela stayed in Enugu in a while, adding that “no nation supported South African struggle like nigeria.”

Apostle Suleman recalled how Nigeria supported African National Congress (ANC) leadership, and also invested cash into the South African government years ago.

His words: “No nation supported south African struggle like Nigeria..Mandela stayed in Enugu for a while. We supported ANC leadership, we invested cash into their govt years ago..we don’t deserve this..arrest foreigners who are into crime. Not innocent business men..it’s totally condemnable.

“We can’t keep quiet why hardworking Nigerians in diaspora are been killed.where are those celebrities who are always standing for unconfirmed stories..these are confirmed killings..speak up..while we pray for God to intervene, all Nigerians at home and abroad, condemn this.

“If the systems and institutions in Nigeria were working, our fellow country men have no business going anywhere..in as much as I know many youths are in a hurry for quick wealth and easy rise, this also exposes a failed system..not just this govt but all other past leadership,” Apostle Suleman tweeted.




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