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Monday, March 13

Okobo Scandal: Popular Naija Blogger Fidelis Ozuawala Defends Apostle Suleiman in his recent Facebook post

The blogger who is the founder and brain behind popular blog Waploaded.Com wants Nigerians to know a few good things Apostle Suleiman has been doing before his name got viral with an alledge sex scandal involving Stephanie Okobo

On the issue of Apostle Johnson Suleiman, i have to say this:

David in the bible would sin everytime and ask for forgiveness, yet he is still next to God's heart!
i have witnessed and seen Marvelous jobs did by that man! While i was at Auchi i saw and was baffled! he never moved his church HQ away from auchi to lagos like others did, he choose to empower the poor.
The first sunday i attended the church! He Dashed out Over 1m naira! He gave someone brand new keke napep and 100k to carter for it, He gave a woman 300k to open a Biz, he employed several graduates..
Live and Direct, a Guy from my dept, got himself a brand new car as random gift from the apostle, apostle could call out random CORRECT names and gift them cars!
He has fixed roads at auchi, there was a time he fought for us to get steady light, he takes up the problem of people around him as if its his.
What i have to say in conclusion, You see why less people speak of him? bloggers and reporters are forcing to make the case Viral but everyone kept shut because they know he has been one of the best!
Please free the apostle! he is Human.

Below are some of the comments he got from his fans and followers on Facebook

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