Priests petitions Nigeria Police and US government investigate Apostle Suleman for miracle money fraud

A Nigerian pastor and author, Dr. Bolaji Akinyemi, has asked the Nigerian Police and the United States Government to investigate allegations made by Senior Pastor and Overseer General, Omega Fire Ministries International, Apostle Johnson Suleman, about receipts of miracle bank alarms from his parishioners at congregations in Edo State, Nigeria, and Atlanta, USA.



In a video with excerpts from a Holy Spirit convention in Auchi, Edo state in June and an Impact 2021 program in Atlanta, USA in July, Suleman had stated that angels would credit the bank accounts of some members of the community.

And, as the video showed, many church members shared their testimonies of receiving instant credit alerts from “angels.”

“There is a miracle alarm here; She just got a $ 1,000 miracle alarm. Suleiman had screamed.

“As you understood it, run here. Angels will start transferring money to your accounts. “

One participant who came out even said he received a $ 989 and 70 cents warning.

“Papa, a miracle is happening here,” said one.

“You took your word around twelve minutes past eight and it is now thirteen minutes past eight and she was given multiple zeros.”

A vlogger, Israel Balogun, who later unveiled the money miracle “session”, was arrested by police.










In a letter dated July 23, 2021 to the Attorney General of the United States of America through the Office of the Legal Attaché of the US Embassy in Abuja, Apostle Akinyemi requested an investigation into the incident because he was “able to send false information” to the global Fellowship of the churches and can also discredit, ridicule and ridicule the CHRISTIAN FAITH. “

He said, “I hereby request a thorough investigation into the allegations made by a pastor, Apostle Suleman, about the receipt of miracle bank alarms by parishioners at a meeting somewhere in Atlanta, USA, the nature of the miracle in question, if the address does not have the capability Make fun of your banking system.

“This incident, as captured on video with the link attached as evidence, occurred in Atlanta Georgia USA American churches have become their global counterparts. https://fb.watch/73huwk2HOF/

“It makes sense to investigate this incident as it can send false information to the worldwide church fellowship and discredit, ridicule and ridicule the CHRISTIAN FAITH. Making such unsubstantiated claims public can undermine the security apparatus of the banking system, as parishioners claimed to have received the warnings from unknown sources.

“The Nigerian Police Department’s Fraud Unit has been informed of this ugly development and has promised to conduct an investigation, but since this act of manipulation of the banking system took place on American soil, it is our responsibility to keep you informed. We look forward to your positive answer, and I am also at your disposal for any biblical interpretative information that may be relevant to your investigation.

“You can find more links to our opinion on the saga here: https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=345089850359279&id=109492660585667

http://saharareporters.com/2021/07/26/johnson-suleimans-money-magic-bank-alerts-bolaji-o-akinyemi. ”

In his petition to the Police Commissioner, Special Fraud Unit of July 23, 2021, the pastor requested an investigation into the pastor’s allegations.

The petition read: “I request a thorough investigation into the allegations of a pastor, Apostle Suleman, about the receipt of miracle bank alarms by parishioners after praying at a meeting somewhere in Atlanta, USA.

“This incident, as recorded on video with the link attached as evidence, occurred in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Said Man of God is a Nigerian whose ministry is based in Auchi, Edo State.

“It makes sense to investigate this incident, as it is capable of sending false information to the public and also discrediting, ridiculing and ridiculing the Christian faith.

“Making these kinds of unsubstantiated allegations public can undermine the security apparatus of the banking system, as the congregations claimed to have received the warnings from their various banks.

“I look forward to your affirmative answer as I will be available for any biblical interpretative information that may be relevant in the course of the investigation.”

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