I don’t hate Muslims, I was born into a Muslim family – Apostle Suleiman

General Overseer of the Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleiman has said he was born into a Muslim family and does not have anything against Muslim but Fulani herdsmen who are killing innocent Nigerians.

Suleiman recently escaped arrest by operatives of the DSS who stormed his hotel room in Ekiti.

The incident was days after Suleiman told his security aides to kill any herdsman found around his church premises.

After the incident, Suleiman while addressing members of his church said he would not retrieve his statement.

He said he had no personal hatred towards Fulani people and Muslims because he was born into a Muslim family.

“I need to speak about this because of my friends and most of our northern pastors who have Fulani members,” he said.

“Many of them have been so concerned. They said: ‘Daddy, we know you love us.’… My driver in Lagos is a Muslim. He has been driving me for nine years and I have bought him two cars. If I am not tolerant, a Muslim won’t drive me.

“One day, there was an issue that happened at the gate of the church and I met with all the security men. I discovered that one of them was a Muslim and I asked how he happened to be there.

“He said he had been here for a long time and he was their supervisor, chief security officer. The way people make comments online, they say, ‘He has asked Muslims to kill Christians’.

“I come from a Muslim family. Some of my family members are Christians, some are still Muslims… I have decided to ignore them (people criticisng him) because your viewpoint is what determines your point of view. What gets your intention should not get your attention. They don’t know me.”

He said some perons are giving the impression that he does not like the ruling APC.

Suleiman however said his father is an APC leader in his hometown in Auchi.

“I am speaking to clear the air, because number one, people who are going about saying things about me, do not know me,” he said.

“They owe me an apology for all of those statements. They are making the issue political, as if I am with PDP. Let me say this thing that Nigerians do not even know. Let me shock them. My father is a leader of APC in Auchi.

“If I were to be political, don’t I know who to follow? But I am not interested in politics.”

Suleiman said those he was referring to in the video, which went viral, are now rejoicing that the issue had veered towards a religious dimension.

He stated that he respects the Fulani people while showering praises on Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi for building a church which was destroyed.

“Let me give you an example, the emir of Kano is an intelligent Fulani man. He is a Muslim. There was a church that was destroyed, but he rebuilt it,” he said.

“Will I tell people to go and kill such a person? The Fulani people who are very enlightened have called me. They understand me.

“The reason I’m speaking now is because the herdsmen whom I am angry against are happy that this issue has become a religious one.

“I’ll not withdraw my statement and those of you who are my children and pastors need to know what I’m fighting for, so that you can stand tomorrow and say ‘this is what I’m fighting for’.”

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