Coronavirus Lockdown: Apostle Suleman Shares Money to Poor Nigerians

Coronavirus Lockdown: Apostle Suleman Shares Money to Poor Nigerians


In an effort to contribute his quota in alleviating the suffering of the people during the Coronavirus pandemic stay-at-home period in Nigeria, servant of God at the Omega Fire Ministries (OFM) worldwide, Apostle Johnson Suleman, is sharing N5000 to 100 Nigerians.

The charitable cleric is channeling the gesture through a former aide to then President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri.

President Muhammadu Buhari had announced a lockdown on Sunday in Lagos, Ogun State as well as the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja.

The plan was to slow down the spread of the Coronavirus which is gradually increasing in the country, hence the renowned preacher is taking a unique approach to reach the downtrodden.

According to Omokri on his Twitter handle, people with sustainable jobs are exempted from the palliative.

Omokiri said; “courtesy of Apostle Johnson Suleman, I will be giving out half a million naira to 100 people…

This is a grassroots effort. If you know you have a comfortable job and earn a salary, don’t be greedy, don’t apply to allow this to go to the people in the grassroots.”

Omokri urged his target to send their names and account number for the random selections.

Apostle Suleman, handing out cash gift


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