So, Governor Nasir El Rufai has been on a media campaign against Apostle Johnson Suleman over the prophet’s curse placed on the Kaduna governor.
This whole confrontation started when El Rufai proposed a religious preaching bill that requires that preachers obtain a licence before practicing in Kaduna State in Northern Nigeria. Suleman is one of Christian clerics to publicly speak out against the bill.
On several occasions, he has issued warnings to the Kaduna governor to cease-and-desist from pursuing the bill which Suleman believes is unconstitutional and designed to Islamize Nigeria.
Suleman is currently in the United Kingdom where he is holding a series of miracle services. On Tuesday, April 5, 2016 in Aberdeen, Scotland, the fiery preacher who has has branded El Rufai, “Herod of Kaduna” and said he would die, addressed the issue of Islamization of Nigeria and said it “it is not going to happen”.
“Right now, there is a plot it Islamize Nigeria, and it will not work and it cannot work,” Suleman said.
Then, Suleman talked about a declaration he had given about the Kaduna governor that he would die. He said he still stands by his declaration. The cleric also noticed that media houses and blogs owned by Muslims are writing disparaging things about him, but he is not moved. He insisted that he stands by his prophesy and El Rufai would die for his actions against Christians and Christianity in Kaduna State.
The prophet, who is founder and senior pastor of Auchi-based Omega Fire Ministries, has also condemned El Rufai’s plan to demolish the Christian community of Gbagyi in Kaduna. Gbagyi is a community with 4,000 homes including 41 churches, all of them have been earmarked for destruction.