“If you have no home training, privatise it” – Apostle Suleman warns youths against insulting Buhari


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Popular cleric, Apostle Johnson Suleman has cautioned Nigerian youths against insulting elders on social media.

Suleman, who is the General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries, stated this in a tweet on Tuesday.

He said he has never insulted President Muhammadu Buhari in all his engagements on social media despite having misgivings about insecurity and hardship under his administration because the 76-year-old retired general is old enough to be his father.

The fiery preacher said that the same could not be said for many young people on the internet.

Pastor Adeboye and Apostle Johnson Suleman
Suleman kneels before his “spiritual father” and General Overseer of RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adeboye

Suleman, who said that insulting elders is a sign of lack of home training, therefore urged Nigerian youths to desist from insulting their elders on social media.

He said, “I have voiced my opinions against the incessant killings and hardship in govt.but I have never insulted Buhari. He is old enough to be my father.

“When I see youths insulting elders on social media, my heart aches. If you have no home training, privatise it.”

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Recall that revered cleric and General Superintendent of Deeper Life Bible Church, Pastor William Kumuyi recently warned his church members against insulting Buhari and other leaders in the country.

Similarly, Suleman vowed to block any social media user who attacks him needlessly.

He said, “I have said it before, you can disagree politely and feel free to voice your opinion and stance here..

“If your responses are insultive, I will extend a ‘BLOCK’ to you as a token of my love.

“Take your bitterness some where else.”

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