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Apostle Suleman Releases Prophetic Declaration For November 2022

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Apostle Johnson Suleman

The General Overseer of the Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has released fresh prophetic declarations for November 2022.

At exactly 3:57 AM on November 1, the controversial cleric took to his verified Twitter handle to pray with declarations for his followers and Church members across boards.

Apostle Suleman prayed that God would release his blessings on his people in his declarations. He also prayed that he clothes them with honour while he clothes their enemies with shame.

Apostle Suleman’s November 2022 prophetic declarations read: “This month of November will bless you. It’s the 11th month for 11th hr miracle.

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“May your blessings overflow. May your story change for the best. May you be clothed with honour and your enemies clothed with shame.
In Jesus name. Happy new month.”

Church General Overseer Reveals Why He Is Celebrating Islam Prophet Muhammad’s Birth

A Kaduna State-based Christian cleric, Pastor Yohana Buru, revealed over the weekend why he is joining Muslims to celebrate the birth of the Prophet Muhammad every year.

Explaining his engagement with the opposite religion at Maulud trekking, organised by Kaduna-based Islamic Scholar Sheikh Abdullahi Mai Barota, in the Tudun Wada community of the state earlier in commemoration of the Holy Prophet, the General Overseer of Christ Evangelical and Life Intervention Ministry said he also enjoyed the presence of Muslims at his Church during Christmas.

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Buru said some Muslims always join him at his church in December to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. According to the self-proclaimed pastor, he attends over 25 to 30 different Maulud celebrations across Nigeria and neighbouring African countries.

“We are Christians, and our Bible encourages us to be our brother’s keepers. I decided to join my Muslim brothers every year to celebrate the birth of the prophet of Islam, peace be upon him despite being a Christian because prophet Muhammad is most loved by Muslims worldwide,” Daily Trust quoted Buru.

“Another reason is that Muslims also join me every year to celebrate the birth of Christ on Christmas day in my church,” the cleric added.

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Buru put it out that celebrating Maulud goes beyond Muslims simply because the Prophet is for everyone irrespective of tribe, religion, cultural and historical difference.

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