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Apostle Suleman Inducted As Fellow of Nigerian Books of Record



The Nigerian Books of Record Research Institute, Abuja, Nigeria, will honour the senior pastor of the Omega Fire Ministries (OFM) worldwide, Apostle Johnson Suleman and induct him as a Fellow of the Nigerian Books of Record on Sunday 18th of August, 2019.

Suleman’s untiring spirit of using the pulpit to fight on the side of the oppressed, has earned him a place among eminent personalities like Pastor E.A. Adeboye, President Muhammadu Buhari, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, Pastor W.F. kumuyi, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, Alhaji Aliko Dangote and more, who are on the list of the Nigerian Books of Record’s Circle of Eminence.

A statement by the director-general of the Nigerian Books of Record, Dr. David David, recognizes Apostle Suleman as one example of a true Nigerian who is doing so much to improve the international image of the country, especially by using the pulpit to contribute positively to issues of national interest.

The statement said that the Institute said it is honouring Suleman for his hard work, youth empowerment, humanitarian liberation and nation building.

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The DG added that attitudinal re-orientation recognized as the best way to address the myriad of societal problems confronting the Nigerian society is the philosophy by the Nigerian Books of Record’s behind honouring selected Nigerians in which Apostle Suleman belongs who are making remarkable achievements in their chosen professional callings to break the gap between history and achievers in Nigeria and using it to spread the message of value re-orientation and social harmony.

With this honour, Apostle Suleman, who since his knowing and accepting Christ, has not relented in fighting for justice and fairness, has been listed among such individuals in Nigeria who are elevated and positively positioned as role models for future generations to emulate their virtues and accentuates the value system of the Nigerian society.

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