Apostle Suleman gives Libya deportees N4m, advises them to start afresh (photos)

Apostle Suleman gives Libya deportees N4m, advises them to start afresh (photos)

- Apostle Johnson Suleman has provided support to Nigerians that were deported from Libya

- The man of God gave a sum of four million naira to the deported Nigerians

The general overseer of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has provided financial support for the Nigerians who were deported from Libya.

Recently, there has been news of Nigerians and other Africans who were being sold for slavery in Libya. Suleman made the move to help Nigerians who were deported after escaping the tragic event.

Suleman who is known for his humanitarian services gave the deported Nigerians a sum of four million naira.

Apostle Suleman

Apostle Suleman gives Libya deportees N4m, advises them to start afresh

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The man of God who called the deported Nigerians out during a service at his church advised and encouraged them to start over with the money.

He advised them to put their past behind them and forge ahead. He also encouraged people to put Nigeria first before ethnic affiliations.

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Suleman expressed that government officials at all levels should develop a Nigeria that would stop people from desires of leaving the country for a better place.

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Source: Naija.ng

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