The founder of Omega Fire Ministry, Apostle Johnson Suleman, on Friday fired a critic who challenged him for buying a third private jet.
The cleric has been condemned by people since he revealed that he acquired his third private jet during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Apostle Suleman on Friday took to his Twitter account to celebrate the posthumous birthday of the founder of Church of God Mission International, Benson Idahosa, who died on March 12, 1998.
Suleman wrote: “He (Idahosa) was called to glory this day 1998..a fearless and bold leader..a man who spoke truth to power..a man who stood by every minister of the gospel..he had a large heart of gold..he was always a shoulder to cry on..we miss you.. Earth lost,heaven gained.. We miss you PAPA.”
However, things didn’t end there as a user asked him if he thinks Idahosa would have purchased three private jets.
Suleman while replying the critic, noted that buying a third private jet doesn’t mean the first two he bought were still being used by him.
He wrote, “Say after me ‘I am a mumu, I was born a mumu, oh Lord help me not to die a mumu’…buying a 3rd jet doesn’t mean owning 3 jets..you can sell 1st or 2nd or both to buy 3rd,” he replied.
This is coming after a former pastor of Omega Fire Ministries, Mike Davids apologised to the General Overseer of the ministry, Apostle Johnson Suleman for accusing him of having sexual relationship with his wife.