The senior pastor of Omega Fire Ministries International, Apostle Johnson Suleman has fulfilled his promise to evacuate some Nigerians living in South Africa back to Nigeria, following the Xenophobic attacks.
In September, Apostle Suleman took to his twitter handle during the xenophobic attacks in South Africa to announce his willingness to help Nigerians there; stating that interested persons, not excluding any religion should register at his church extension in South Africa.
On Saturday November 16th, Suleman only did not sponsor the return of 20 Nigerians but also gifted the returnees N1.3 million naira cash gift as a start up for them.
He was represented by Rev. Fidelis Ayemoba, his senior pastor in the Western region of his church.The Reverend was seen disbursing the cash gift to the returnees on their arrival.
Meanwhile, Reno Omokri, an activist who has been seen with the apostle in recent photos, took to social media platforms to appreciate Suleman's kind gesture, as he noted that the act was pure gospel, especially because it wasn't open to only a sort of persons or religion.