The General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministry, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has applauded the Nigerian youths for being agents of change in the country.
The clergy made this known in a post on social media where he complained about the way Nigerians blame men of God for not lending their voices to happenings in the country.
He said if pastors don’t speak, they will be called out, and if they speak, they will be labelled as being fractional.
He condemned politicians, who are going about begging for votes and revealed that if they had done the right thing, they wouldn’t be begging for votes all around.
He condemned the youths, who endorse leaders, who have contributed to the woes of the country while encouraging Nigerians to be hopeful.
“There is something I don’t get, when things are bad in the nation, they call out pastors that they are quiet.
“When pastors speak, they say why are they being fractional. I want to ask an honest question, as a pastor, can’t I have a preferred candidate for me and my family?
“I am asking because my family members in Lagos are asking me who to vote for. If I say they should vote for @GRV, people will say I have come again, that as a pastor, I should support everyone so I wouldn’t say anything.
“I see so many leaders going about, begging for votes, this is what they should naturally not do. God bless the Nigerian youths for changing the narrative.
“The youths I am talking about know themselves, not those still endorsing leaders that put us in this current mess that is harsh, terrible and turbulent for Nigerians.
“I see hunger everywhere, people can’t access their cash. Nigeria has never had it this bad. Be assured, God is aware and will send light at the end of the tunnel,” he wrote.
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