Southern Kaduna Massacre: Apostle Johnson Suleman Blasts President Buhari, El-Rufai Over Killings
Famous pastor and the General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministry Worldwide, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has finally spoken on the recent attacks in the Southern part of Kaduna and stated that the country heading towards official terrorism.
He gave warnings to President Buhari and his close associates to end every form of racism, marginalisation, exclusion and hatred for for Christians and the body of Christ.
“In the history of this country it is obvious that people hardly tolerates anyone. Anybody who makes the church and Christians his target for destruction in 2017 will die!
“They will be used as scapegoats by the most high,” he stated.
According to the clergyman, what the Buhari and the government of All Progressives Congress [APC] in handling state affairs, especially his silence on the genocide in Southern Kaduna, has caused more problems among the diverse ethnic and religious groups in the country.
Pastor Suleman described the ongoing genocide in Southern Kaduna as an abuse of power by the APC.
A statement which was issued in Abuja by Mr. Phrank Shaibu, his Advisor (Public Communications), stated that Suleman threw the bombshell during the last edition of the monthly Miracle and Fire Night Service of the church for 2016 in its international Headquarters in Auchi, Edo State.
He also stated that the recent attacks shows that some group of people working with the presidency who are known for their hatred for Christians are almost pushing the country to have a war between Christians and Muslims – a war that will irreversibly mark the end of Nigeria.”
The pastor made it clear that he is very sure that time is running out on the nation because of the way President Buhari was piloting the affairs of the nation.”
He further said that, “It is totally unacceptable as over 49,000 houses were destroyed alongside the awful killing of Christians in Southern Kaduna by some Islamic fundamentalists hiding a Fulani Herdsmen in a well-planned act under the watch of Governor Nasir El-Rufai and President Muhammadu Buhari.
Suleman gave warnings that if Nigeria must continue to exist as one, then the President must come out to assure Nigerians that his administration will desist from being used as a platform for such ungodly persecution and heartless killings.