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I know killers of seven people in my convoy, but I won’t name them: Pastor Suleman –

The General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries International, Apostle Johnson Suleman, says that even though he knows the gunmen that shot at his convoy and killed seven people, he wasn’t going to name them.

After narrowly escaping a suspected assassination attempt on Thursday in Edo State, Mr Suleman in a video alleged that there has been an attempt to kill him since 2017.

He said that the gunmen shot at his car in an attempt to kill him and his family but failed.

Peoples Gazette had earlier reported that gunmen attacked the convoy of Mr Suleman around 5:00 p.m. on Friday in Edo State, with Chidi Nwabuzor, the police spokesman in the state, saying that there was an ongoing manhunt for the killers.

Mr  Suleman said seven people were killed from the escort car moving behind his vehicle.

He said the assailants “expect” him to mention their names to the public but he won’t because it is likely they will “deny” the allegations against them.

“They decided to make an attempt on my life. I just escaped an assassination attempt, where seven people were killed. My car was attacked, they opened bullets on my car, they kept spraying it with bullets, my wife and kid were there.

“The escorts car with the police, they killed the policemen and the other escort vehicle. We lost seven people. We were all moving in a convoy.

“People expect me to come out and mention their names so they will come out to deny I won’t do that,” the cleric said.

He added, “But the truth of the matter is that you can’t kill me. My life is in the hand of God.

“You don’t have an idea of the things that happened in 2017, the people who are behind it. You may come and do your own thing but it is beyond what you are thinking. 

“I’m alive for those who have been calling, I’m well, my family is fine. I feel bad for the life’s that have been taken. We are mourning but Jesus is lord. And for all those who were killed may their soul rest in peace.”

Source: GazetteNGR



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