Pastor Petitions Nigeria Police, US Govt To Investigate Apostle Suleman Over Miracle Money Scam

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A Nigerian pastor and author, Dr Bolaji Akinyemi has asked the Nigeria Police and the United States Government to investigate the claims of Senior Pastor and General Overseer, Omega Fire Ministries International, Apostle Johnson Suleman of receipts of miracle bank alerts by his congregants, at gatherings in Edo State, Nigeria, and Atlanta, USA.

In a letter to the Attorney General of the United States of America, dated July 23, 2021, through the Office of the Legal Attaché US Embassy, Abuja, Apostle Akinyemi requested an investigation into the incident as “it is capable of sending wrong information to the global community of churches and may also bringing the CHRISTIAN FAITH to disrepute, derision, and ridicule,” Sahara Reporters reports.

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He said, “I hereby request a thorough investigation into the claims of a pastor, Apostle Suleman of receipts to miracle bank alerts by congregants, at a gathering somewhere in Atlanta, USA, the nature of the said miracle, if not address has the capacity to ridicule your banking system.

“This incident as captured in a video, with the link herein attached as evidence, took place in Atlanta Georgia USA, the said man of God is a Nigerian, whose ministry is based in Auchi Edo State, of interest to us, is the model American churches has become their global counterparts. https://fb.watch/73huwk2HOF/

“It is expedient that this incident be investigated, as it is capable of sending wrong information to the global community of churches and may also bringing the CHRISTIAN FAITH to disrepute, derision, and ridicule. Putting this kind of unsubstantiated claims in public is capable of undermining the security apparatus of the banking system, as the congregants claimed to have received the alerts from unknown sources.

“The Special Fraud Unit of The Nigerian Police has been briefed of this ugly development and has promised to carry out an investigation, but since this act of banking system manipulation took place on American soil, we are duty-bound to keep you abreast of your responsibility. We look forward to your positive response, I will also be available to give any Biblical interpretation information that may be relevant in the course of your investigation.

In his petition to the Commissioner of Police, Special Fraud Unit, dated July 23, 2021, the priest requested an investigation into the claims of the pastor.

The petition read, “I hereby request a thorough investigation into the claims of a pastor, Apostle Suleman of receipts of miracle bank alerts by congregants after praying in a gathering somewhere in Atlanta, USA.

“This incident as captured in a video, with the link herein attached as evidence, took place in Atlanta Georgia USA, the said man of God is a Nigerian, whose ministry is based in Auchi, Edo State.

“It is expedient that this incident be investigated, as it is capable of sending wrong information to the public and also bringing the Christian faith to disrepute, derision, and ridicule.

“Putting this kind of unsubstantiated claims in public is capable of undermining the security apparatus of the banking system, as the congregants claimed to have received the alerts from their various banks.

“I look forward to your positive response as I will be available to give any Biblical interpretation information that may be relevant in the course of the investigation.”

In a video containing clips from a Holy Ghost Convention in Auchi, Edo State in June and an Impact 2021 programme in Atlanta, USA in July, Suleman had declared that the angels would credit the bank accounts of some members of the congregation.

After which as the video revealed, many congregants presented their testimonies of receipt of instant credit alerts from “angels”.

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