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Monday, 30 January 2017

Ekiti State governor Ayo Fayose has decried an alleged plan to arrest Apostle Johnson Suleman and David Oyedepo, the heads of Omega Fire Ministries and Winners Chapel respectively over their comments on the crisis in Southern Kaduna.

Fayose said in a press release signed by his spokesman Lere Olayinka yesterday,
"There is plan to charge Apostle Suleiman and Bishop Oyedepo for incitement and attempt to cause public disorder on Friday, and make sure that they are not granted so to get them remanded in Kuje Prison perpetually.

"Even though the DSS has allowed commonsense to prevail by properly inviting Apostle Suleiman as against the gestapo manner with which the service attempted to abduct him last week Wednesday, it is still questionable that the DSS is more interested in a man who threatened to defend himself against any attack by Fulani herdsmen rather than those herdsmen that murdered thousands of Nigerians.

"It is sad and worrisome that after muzzling opposition politicians, judiciary and the press, the APC led federal government has taking its desperation to suppress dissenting voices in the country to the House of God.

"If the DSS had acted swiftly like it is doing on Apostle Suleiman so-called inciting comments when people were being killed by herdsmen across the country, so many lives would have been saved."
 
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