Amid sex scandal, Apostle Suleman heals crippled man in US | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper f

Amid allegations of adultery, General Overseer of Omega Fire Minister Worldwide, Apostle Suleman Johnson, yesterday healed a crippled man in his conference going on in the United States.

Apostle Suleman is being accused by Canada-based singer, Stephanie Otobo of an amorous relationship.

She also accused him of impregnating and abandoning her.

Suleman left many people surprised after he healed the crippled in Washington DC.

The man bound on a wheelchair and seated at the front in the program was prayed for by Suleman.

He later stood on  his feet and walked unaided.

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  1. This man better confine his abracadabra ruse to Africa,going to the US to play on people's intelligence would land you in trouble

  2. U better keep ur mouth short, if u dnt knw wat to say and avoid the wrath of God. Who are u to jeorge.

  3. How God has anointed Johnson Suleiman with Holy Ghost and power who went about doing good and healing all that were oppressed of the devil for God is with him...

    God said, we should heal the sick. Pishikeni

  4. Its better you stay mute then bring yourself under a curse, due to ignorance.

  5. I hope you are aware that some will perform miracles with fake/evil power,using the name of God. These are the last days, so be careful who you believe

  6. He paid the man to act as a cripple and later healed, play acting.

  7. You are behaving like a fool among the foolished, apostle Johnson is a tested and provened man of God with evidence. Don't die for another person woe.

  8. Many will say to Jesus "in your name we healed the sick, performed Miracles and Jesus will say I know ye not, depart from me ye evil doers"
    Be not fooled by "miracles" brethren!

  9. Only "Blacks", see how we can be used, fooled by fellow black. Let him kontinuu fooling the blacks.


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