Goodluck Jonathan’s Government stole a lot of money – Apostle Suleman

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The General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman has stated that former President Goodluck Jonathan’s government stole a lot of money via his twitter account. 

Apostle Suleman maintained that he was not politically affiliated but only speaking the truth. 

He said he had been surprised when people asked him why he was against the present government as he had also spoken out against the previous one. 

He pondered why people labelled him as someone against the government when they didn’t do so for the previous government. 

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He tweeted: 

“Someone asked me why am against the present govt and I screamed God forbid.i asked him why he didn’t say same when I was seriously speaking out against the activities of the previous govt that stole so much money..am not political,I speak truth to power”

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Goodluck Jonathan’s Government stole a lot of money - Apostle Suleman

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