Apostle Johnson Suleman vows to vote for Peter Obi

Apostle Johnson Suleman

Founder of Omega Fire Ministries Apostle Johnson Suleman has vowed that he and his family will vote for the presidential candidate of the Labour Party Peter Obi.

Suleman made the declaration while delivering a sermon in his church.

He uploaded a video of the sermon on social media on Sunday.

He said, “my wife, myself, my children, we are fully ‘Obidient,’” he said to cheers from his congregation.

The televangelist knocked the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), describing the face-off between the Presidency and some of the party’s governors over the scarcity of naira as a case of two former allies fighting.

He also mocked those who collapsed their structures to ensure President Muhammadu Buhari’s victory in the 2015 and 2019 elections.

According to him, the president turned out an ingrate and is going after his own party with the naira redesign which many believe was introduced to stop vote buying.

Peter Obi had in October condemned an attack on Suleman and his convoy.

Six people, including three police orderlies, were killed in the attack by gunmen along Benin–Auchi Road, Edo State.

Suleman, his wife and his children were unhurt as they were riding in a bulletproof SUV.

Writing in a Twitter thread, Obi said “Such acts of terrorism, violence and criminality are highly condemnable. The high level of insecurity that has continued to plague our nation has continued to clog up the nation’s wheel of progress.

“I restate my commitment to the fight against insecurity as my first priority in governance when voted into power.”