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    IPOB warns Apostle Suleiman over his utterances

    The leadership of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has berated apostle Johnson Suleiman, the General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries International over what it termed ‘unprovoked verbal attack and ranting against it and the Igbo nation’.

    The separatist movement warned him and other clerics to concentrate on their apostolic callings and steer clear from matters concerning IPOB or the Igbo race.

    A statement by IPOB’s Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, warned the clerics to restrain from comments on the group or Igbo nation as that would no longer be tolerated.

    It urged Suleiman to learn from men of God in the Bible who were never known for controversies.

    The statement reads: “It is a puzzle that a man of God will abandon his calling and resort to attacking a nation without any cause. When has unguarded utterance against IPOB and the Igbo nation become part of Suleman’s calling?

    “We don’t intend to join issues with Apostle Suleman and his likes, such as Tunde Bakare, but our message to them is very unambiguous: They should steer clear from any matter concerning IPOB or the great Igbo race. Let them concentrate on their apostolic calling and restrain from unguarded utterances or vituperations on subjects beyond them.

    “We warn Apostle Suleiman and his likes to restrain from any comments on IPOB or Igbo nation, as that will not be tolerated any more. We don’t want to have issues with any man of God, and men of God should know their limits. Men of God in the bible days were never known for controversies.”

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