Apostle Johnson Suleman Accused Of Receiving N90m Coronavirus Loan, He Reacts
Nigerian Clergyman, Apostle Johnson Suleman, President and founder of Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide, has been accused of receiving $188,252 (N90.3 million) from the US government as coronavirus loan.
Michael Harriot, a US-based writer, had posted a screenshot on Twitter containing a list of several preachers who allegedly benefited from the US government’s loan to mitigate the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Poplar American cleric TD Jakes was included in the list and alleged to have collected over $2.5 million.
However, responding to the allegation on Tuesday, Suleman said he did not receive any money from anyone as coronavirus loan.
“Just seeing this online..no dime it kobo got to me..if someone scammed you then that’s your business. Get my name out of this rubbish or you will explain,” he wrote.
Just seeing this online..no dime it kobo got to me..if someone scammed you then that's your business. Get my name out of this rubbish or you will explain.. pic.twitter.com/IndACYN7ce
— Apst Johnson Suleman (@APOSTLESULEMAN) December 22, 2020
The charismatic preacher said he had instructed the head of his church in the US to investigate the allegation.
“To see that people are commenting is so pedestrian..Lol..I never collect loan for Africa,na America?..I have instructed our National pastor in America investigate it,” said Suleman.