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Apostle Suleiman doesn’t like it when people mock Tinubu




Apostle Suleiman doesn’t like it when people mock Tinubu

The 2023 general election is around the corner, but famed clergy man, Apostle Suleiman has aired his views on the political perceptions and actions of a few Nigerians towards APC Presidential flag bearer, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu.

The founder of the Omega Fire Ministries, on Wednesday frowned against those who took pleasure in mocking the APC chieftain and Presidential aspirant over his health status.

In his opinion, he feels it was uncalled for and the act should be desist from.

The politician according to a few polls and political opinions has been tipped as a possible successor to current President, Muhammadu Buhari.

Amid the so many problems plaguing the country, and particularly with Nigeria decaying health system, Nigerians have raised concerns over the possibility that Tinubu’s entire administration could be spent on medical tourism rather than the Country itself.

And considering Nigerians had the same issue with the current President, the concerns aren’t farfetched.

Apostle Johnson Suleiman, playing the devil’s advocate without naming names, said of the criticisms:

“In as much as sound health is of essence in leadership, I still maintain that ‘mocking’ people with their health status way too low. Good health is from God. Unguarded and uncouth utterances aren’t the best tool in marketing your preferred candidate. Let’s be guided!” the clergy man wrote on his verified Twitter handle.