The General Overseer and Senior Pastor of Omega Fire Ministries International, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has surprised hundreds of people with job opportunities in his Church.
The development was confirmed in a video clip shared on Twitter by a music minister of the OFM whose name is identified as Prince Ehi Nicholas.
Newspot understands that Apostle Suleman while preaching in his Church, asked his congregants who have graduated from school and yet have no jobs to step out. Showing pity for their situations, the clergy said he will pray for them and give them some money to better their lives.
Giving out envelopes of money to the applicants, Suleman said Nigeria do not have a government but politicians who only care about themselves, adding that people will wait forever if the Nigerian government is their only hope for a job.
Speaking about numbers of people being supported monthly by the Church, Suleman said members of the Church can attest that the money spent on people does not come from the Church offering and tithes, he noted that God is the source of their income.
See the video below as shared by Nicholas on Twitter:
This is so AMAZING:@APOSTLESULEMAN Surprises hundreds of people who don’t have job in Church…
GIVING IS A ‘CALLING’ and THIS IS THE LIFE OF @APOSTLESULEMAN
Let’s also spread this as well..
— PRINCE EHI NICHOLAS (@EhiNicholas) February 24, 2021
Meanwhile, the Boko Haram terrorist group has issued a 7-day ultimatum for the government to meet its demands or kill a pastor, Bulus Yakuru whom they abducted in December 2020.
The pastor was said to have been abducted when the insurgents attacked Pemi village, close to Chibok on the eve of Christmas in 2020, Newspot reports.