IPOB sends Strong message to Suleman, others.

Photos of Apostle Johnson Suleman

sends Strong message to Suleman

Ejes Gist Newspaper reports that the Indigenous People of Biafra () has chastised Johnson Suleman, the General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries International, for what it described as a “unprovoked verbal onslaught and ranting against it and the Igbo ethnicity.”

He and other priests were cautioned by the group to focus on their apostolic callings and stay away from issues involving IPOB or the Igbo ethnicity.

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In a statement, IPOB’s Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, warned the clergy that they would no longer be tolerated if they made statements about the organization or the Igbo people.

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It exhorted Suleman to learn from biblical men of God who were never involved in conflicts.

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“It is a conundrum that a man of God would abandon his calling and stoop to harming a nation without cause,” the statement continues. When did rash comments about IPOB and the Igbo nation become part of Suleman’s calling?

“We have no intention of joining issues with Apostle Suleman and his likes, including Tunde Bakare, but our message to them is clear.

They should stay away from any issue involving IPOB or the great Igbo race.” Allow them to focus on their apostolic mission and refrain from unguarded statements or vituperations on matters unrelated to it.

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“We advise Apostle Suleman and his likes to refrain from making any statements on IPOB or the Igbo nation, as such comments would no longer be tolerated.” We don’t want to offend any man of God, and men of God should be aware of their own limitations. In biblical times, men of God were not known for their controversies.”

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