Apostle Suleman trolls Chelsea in praying for Nigeria

Apostle Johnson Suleman

President of Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide Apostle Johnson Suleman on Wednesday morning trolled Chelsea while also praying for Nigeria.

A known Arsenal supporter, Suleman prayed in a tweet for God’s help in Nigeria, adding that the country is blessed with intellects who should not have their fates in the hands of bad leaders.

His tweet came after Chelsea lost 3-1 away to Arsenal in the Premier League on Tuesday night.

“GOD help Nigeria…too much talents, intelligence, gifting and ability to be left in the hands of bad leaders. We are not Chelsea,” he wrote.

Suleman earlier tweeted that he did not see the Arsenal v Chelsea game live because he was in the US for a programme.

“Those waiting to see my tweet over the game. I am in America and didn’t watch the match cos I was ministering.

“Arsenal just carrying someone to where we don’t know. We have bottled the league. So I don’t know if to rejoice over our Chelsea win. Will settle down and watch it now then know what to say,” he wrote.

Chelsea have seen their fortunes dip since billionaire Todd Boehly took over the London club.

The loss to the Premier League title hopefuls was the sixth successive defeat for Chelsea manager Frank Lampard since being appointed as interim manager in April following the sacking of Graham Potter, with The Blues on course for one of the worst seasons in their Premier League history.