Johnson Suleman Criticizes Emefiele for Courtroom Bible Gesture-In a startling revelation during his Sunday ministration on September 24th, Pastor Johnson Suleman, the General Overseer of Omega Power Ministries, openly criticized the former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Godwin Emefiele, for a seemingly symbolic act of clutching a Bible while exiting the courtroom. Emefiele, who faces charges related to illegal firearm possession alongside several other accusations, has repeatedly left the courtroom with the holy book in hand.
Suleman did not mince words, branding Emefiele as a practical example of malevolence. He attributed his harsh judgment to Emefiele’s association with the controversial Naira Redesign program, which Suleman claimed inflicted significant hardship on Nigeria’s populace. In his impassioned address, Suleman asserted that individuals like Emefiele often cloak themselves in the guise of the Church and divine intervention to perpetrate what he characterized as nefarious acts.
The remarks made by Pastor Suleman have generated significant public attention, sparking debate and discussion on the role of religious symbols in the context of legal proceedings and the allegations surrounding Emefiele’s tenure as the head of the Central Bank.
The accused, Godwin Emefiele, has yet to respond to these allegations, and it remains to be seen how this controversy will further unfold in the coming days. VOTP NEWS will continue to monitor and report on developments surrounding this story.
Johnson Suleman Criticizes Emefiele for Courtroom Bible Gesture