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Apostle Johnson Suleman Tweets ‘My Time Has Come’ Hours After Deaths Of Clergymen

Apostle Johnson Suleman Tweets ‘My Time Has Come’ Hours After Deaths Of Clergymen

Apostle Johnson Suleman Tweets ‘My Time Has Come’ Hours After Deaths Of Clergymen

Apostle Johnson Suleman Tweets ‘My Time Has Come’ Hours After Deaths Of Clergymen

Overseer of the Omega Fire Ministries International Apostle Johnson Suleman has raised tension and curiousity among his followers.

Apostle Johnson Suleman is a well-known Nigerian televangelist who has touched the lives of countless people. Many people have benefited from his ministry and charity efforts.

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Following his recent post, the man of God has generated quite a commotion on social media.

Apostle Johnson Suleman has taken to his Twitter page to tweet about his time. He tweeted, “My time has come”. His tweet has caused a stir and has attracted several different reactions from his online followers.

Many people have read meanings into the post on Twitter. Many have attributed his post to that of TB Joshua’s death. Some have questioned if he is also prophesying his death.

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Here are some reactions gathered on Twitter:

@DRAY: Pls lets be completing our sentence most especially when it’s a prayer, this phrase of a thing is not good for this period ooo

@Mickey: Time as come where Sir…. please sir you will reach 120 plus oh Haba daddy be calming down oh no threaten us with that kind language oh …power in our tongue oh hmmm.

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@Ifeanyi Nelson: Pls we don’t want to hear that ok Where are we going to go sir The younger generation are still not yet ready.

@Mr John: Apostle I dey beg you in the name of God, your time has not come! If God’s time comes, he will send another Prophet to notify you and we will pray for another 30years to your age, according to Hezekia.

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