Seed Sowing: Apostle Suleiman Rewards Student Who Gave Her House Rent In Church


Apostle Johnson Suleiman of the Omega Fire Ministries, OFM rewarded a Ghanaian student identified simply as Comfort who sowed a seed of faith with her house rent and then spent weeks sleeping in the church.

The report said the Jaiyee University student in her 3rd semester lost her mother and leaves with her alcoholic father. When the Oracle of God called her out by prophecy, it was greeted with hilarious salutations as she is widely known.

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Friends and fellow church members who knew her described Comfort as a fervent Christian who’s a devoted member of the OFM Ghana Headquarters church in Accra. Below is the full report:

Below is the full report:

“Sometime ago as revealed by God she gave 1000 Ghana cedis to the church as a seed which was supposed to be her house rent resulting in her sleeping inside the church for months.

“This gladdened the heart of the Man of God who declared that her time has come for comfort. Comfort could not hold her tears hearing her secret pains being openly spoken about by the Prophet of God.

“The servant of God in his usual self-announced to help her settle all her fees as tuition and accommodation which summed up in thousands of Ghana cedis.

“At the end, the Man of God gave her 2,000 US dollars through his wife, Dr. Lizzy Johnson Suleiman.”

Seed Sowing: Apostle Suleman Rewards Student Who Gave Her House Rent In Church
Wife of Apostle Suleman gave Comfort the sum of $2,000 cash in the presence of the congregation.

Meanwhile, the court has arraigned Stephanie Otobo who claimed that Apostle Johnson Suleiman had a romantic affair with her, alongside her associate, Wisdom Godstime. Both were accused of conspiracy, blackmail, terrorism and extortion.

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Miss Otobo denied all charges and since the police lack substantial evidence to support the accusation, both suspects were granted bail of N100,000 each. According to the prosecutor, M. A. Animashaun, the Canada-based singer conspired to steal and to extort money from Mr. Suleiman, who is the General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide.

Animashaun added that she threatened to call a press conference and accuse him [Suleiman] of committing adultery with her and thereafter kill him.

The case was then adjourned to April 27 for the commencement of trial.