The General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has debunked the reports that he collected COVID-19 loan from the United States government.
A Twitter user identified as Michael Harriot had published a list of churches and their pastors who allegedly collected COVID-19 loan from the US government.
Harriot in his post on the social media platform had alleged that Apostle Suleman collected $188, 252 from the US government.
Apostle Suleman while reacting to the allegation noted that his name has been used to scam the US government.
In a series of tweets, the clergyman wrote: “To see that people are commenting is so pedestrian, lol. I never collect loan for Africa, na America?”
“I have instructed our National pastor in America to investigate it.”
“Just seeing this online, no dime in kobo got to me. If someone scammed you then that’s your business. Get my name out of this rubbish or you will explain.”
Recall that the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, on Tuesday noted that the federal government has not declared a fresh lockdown of the country over COVID-19.
Speaking on a Radio Nigeria programme, “Politics Nationwide”, Mohammed said the directives and position of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 did not translate to partial or total lockdown.