Apostle Suleman Denies Receiving ₦90m COVID-19 Loan From The United States

Apostle Suleman Denies Receiving ₦90m COVID-19 Loan From The United States

Nigerian televangelist and the founder/general overseer of Omega Fire Ministries International, Apostle Johnson Suleman has taken to Twitter to deny allegations of fraud levelled against him. American writer, Michael Harriot had earlier accused him of collecting over $188,252 (approx. ₦90 million) from the United States.

In the photo which Mr Harriot shared; Apostle Johnson Suleman of the Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide reportedly got $188,252, Tony and Cynthia Brazelton of the Victory Christian Ministries reportedly got $319,852, T.D Jakes of the Potter’s House of Dallas reportedly got $2,568,898 and Jamal Bryant of the New Birth Missionary Baptist Church reportedly got $462,165.
See the tweet below:

Are we gonna talk about these Black megachurches who got millions in coronavirus loans or nah? pic.twitter.com/y0kydB78Fb

— michaelharriot (@michaelharriot) December 21, 2020

In reaction, Apostle Suleman tweeted that didn’t receive any money from anyone. According to him, he was just hearing of the news online. The charismatic preacher further advised him ( Michael Harriot) to remove his name from the list or he’d have to explain.

Just seeing this online..no dime it kobo got to me..if someone scammed you then that’s your business. Get my name out of this rubbish or you will explain.. pic.twitter.com/IndACYN7ce

— Apst Johnson Suleman (@APOSTLESULEMAN) December 22, 2020

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