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Pastor Suleiman Threaten To Charge DSS Agent To Court

Oladipupo Oluwadamilare
27 Jan, 2017 In General0 Comments , leave one
Pastor Suleiman Threaten To Charge DSS Agent To Court
Following the report that the Department of State Service (DSS) is trying to arrest Apostle Johnson Suleiman, the pastor of Omega Fire Ministries (OFM).

Recently, Apostle Suleiman has threatened of charging DSS to court for allegedly attempting to arrest him.

On Wednesday, the DSS agent attempts to arrest pastor Suleiman by alleged visits his hotel room in Ekiti capital, Ado Ekiti at Adebayo area.

But the DSS agents were stopped by the hotel security men, who blocked them from entering the hotel, insisted of knowing their mission, while some military are sent to the scene by the state Governor, Ayodele Fayose to driven out the DSS agent.

According to Olayiwola Afolabi & Co hotel agent, when speaking with the newsmen declared that the pastor should take legal action against the issued, saying that it was “exemplary damages for its politically motivated moves against our client.”

The hotel described the action of the Department of State Service (DSS) as “a Luciferic attack on a harmless, innocent and trustworthy citizen.”

The Omega Fire Ministries stated: “Suleiman was forced to call on Christians to defend themselves against these killers since the spate of killings, rather than abate, had been on the rise. Interestingly, the call by the man of God now became the focus of the Nigerian government, despite the fact that it evidently had failed to protect her people. It is now determined to exploit the instruments of the state to go after the man of God.”

While a report from Dr. Sule Emmanuel, the Director of Media and Samuel Amune, the Coordinator, Legal teams guarantee the safety of pastor Suleiman on Thursday.

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