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Don’t Wish President Buhari Death, It’s Irresponsible – Apostle Suleman

The General Overseer of the Omega Fire Ministry told his congregants on Sunday during a church service that the life of the President is in God’s hands and not in the tongues of people wishing him dead.

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Famous cleric Apostle Johnson Suleman has warned Nigerians against wishing President Muhammadu Buhari dead, adding that it is irresponsible to wish one’s leader such.

The General Overseer of the Omega Fire Ministry told his congregants on Sunday during a church service that the life of the President is in God’s hands and not in the tongues of people wishing him dead.

His words:

“Only an irresponsible country will be wishing their leader dead.

“It’s an irresponsible thing for people to be wishing President’s death. Nobody who has a good heart will be wishing a leader dead.

“You don’t wish your leader dead. Nigerians should be careful. Only God has the power of life and death.

“Stop wishing the President dead. If your husband is sick do you wish him death? Do you that man is somebody’s husband? If your father is sick do you wish him death? That man is somebody’s father.

“And you are wishing him dead. I know this thing I’m saying some Christians won’t like it. Stop wishing him dead. Pray for his health. Don’t wish any leader dead.

“Only an irresponsible country will be wishing their leader dead,” he submitted.

The cleric also urged Nigerians to live in peace and work together for the growth of the country.

“If you are a Nigerian, whether you like it or not, this country is your country. Its our country. We are going to pray for Nigeria. Let there be peace in Nigeria from the North to the East, West and South.

“If there is crisis in Nigeria, it will consume all of us. We don’t need crisis, we need peace. We cannot talk of development without peace,” he added.



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