Why Osinbajo ordered the arrest of Oyedepo and Suleman

The Department of State Security Services, DSS, had moved against Apostle Johnson Suleman of the Omega Fire Ministries.

The orders are coming from the acting president of the country, Pastor Yemi Osinbjao.

Recall that the Christian Association of Nigeria is already curious regarding the grave silence of the acting President.

As if that was not enough, the Presidency has also ordered DSS to arrest Bishop David Oyedepo of the Living Faith Church.

Apostle Suleman is billed to appear in DSS’ headquarters in Abuja today.

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Following their invitation, Governor Ayodele Fayose has condemned the antics of the Federal Government.

According to Fayose “Nigeria is already being ravaged by hunger, economic recession, job loss, and lack of leadership direction.

“It will be disastrous for the country to be plunged into religious crisis.

“Apart from the civil war, Nigerians have not been badly divided as a nation as we are under the President Buhari.

“Killings under this government in 18 months are more than what was witnessed in the last 20 years,” Fayose said.

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He also alleged that; “There is a plan to charge and detain Apostle Suleiman and Bishop Oyedepo.

“DSS says the men of God are inciting and attempting to cause public disorder on Friday.

“The plan is to keep them over the weekend and thereby remand them in Kuje Prison perpetually.

“Why is the DSS more interested in a man who threatened to defend himself against any attack by Fulani herdsmen?

“Why not go for those herdsmen that have murdered thousands of Nigerians?

“It is sad and worrisome that APC has muzzled opposition politicians, judiciary, and the press.

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“The Buhari led government has taken his desperation to suppress dissenting voices in the country to the House of God.

Fayose also called on President Buhari to release the head of Nigeria’s Islamic Movement (IMN), Ibrahim El-Zakzaky.

Fayose affirmed that “He will continue to stand for Nigeria and its people, not for any religion.

“It is my position that rights of all Nigerians must be respected and protected.