Nigerian preacher, Apostle Johnson Suleman has been slammed on social media after boasting of buying a private jet during the coronavirus pandemic.
He had in a video boasted how he was enjoying life during the covid that he didn’t want it to end. He added that he bought his third jet in covid.
Nigerians have questioned Suleman’s source of income. Many citizens who are irked at the cleric’s remark claim he is into a kind of fraud, equating him with Hushpuppi, a young rich Nigeria who is facing a serious money laundering charge at an international court.
The pastor’s position is also leading many persons to question his claim of being a Christian, much less a spiritual leader.
Others wondered that if Suleman is truly an authentic pastor, God must be selective in answering his prayers for material wealth while millions all over the world were losing their lives to the disease.
The general feeling on Twitter is that most so-called men of God get their affluence from the blind belief of their congregation.
See some of the reactions below:
Muyiwa Owen said:
“Apostle Suleman and hushpuppi are into same job but different office.”
“Apostle Suleman is not your God! Your Pastor is not your God! They are both human…God is supernatural, God is supreme…”
“Apostle suleman is just another one of those so called men of God. I’ve said this before, if only Christians believed in God the same way they believe in their pastors, we’ll not be here. You’ll hear sum’n like, ‘God of my pastor’, ode, do you know which God they serve?”
THE OKUMAGBE OF PH noted:
“I no dey blame apostle suleman or any other pastor, I dey blame nigerians wey allow pastors and apostles etc, to brainwash them.”
Daddy G.O lamented:
“God ignored those dying during the pandemic but answered Apostle Suleman monetary prayers…. What a selective God.”