Speaker of the House of Rep aide, Olabamiji Jowosimi, faults Apostle Suleman’s claim that a Nigerian military leader died after incurring the wrath of late Archbishop Idahosa

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The Special Assistant to the Speaker of the House of Representatives on New Media, Olabamiji Jowosimi, has faulted Apostle Johnson Suleman’s story of a sitting Nigerian military leader who died after incurring the wrath of late Archbishop Idaho.

In the video he posted, Apostle Suleman could be heard sharing the story of how a Nigerian military leader ordered the demolition of the Archbishop’s church in Benin City. He said two men who mounted the caterpillar brought to demolish the church became paralyzed instantly. Apostle Suleiman claimed that the sitting Nigerian leader who was in Dodan Barracks at the time, was informed of the development but he still insisted on supervising the demolition of the property by Thursday of that week. He said the archbishop in his response said the Nigerian leader would not see the Thursday he planned to come. Apostle Suleiman went on to say that the military leader died on Tuesday, two days before he planned to storm Benin City to supervise the demolition.

Jowosimi in a post shared on his X however pointed out that three Nigerian leaders have died on seat and that none of them died on a Tuesday. He asked the clergyman to come forward to correct his story or apologize if he lied.

Speaker of the House of Rep aide, Olabamiji Jowosimi, faults Apostle Suleman

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