Sep 27, 2020

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Reactions as Apostle Johnson Suleman react to issues between the Federal Government and Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC)

Some social media Users are currently reacting to the posts made by the founder and senior Pastor of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman on his verified Twitter page today. BelieveSpot reports.

The Edo based Pastor had taken to his Twitter page to react the planned industrial action by the leadership of Nigeria Labour Congress and other Labour Unions in Nigeria.

Apostle Johnson Suleman in his two tweet today, Sunday, slammed the Federal Government of Nigeria for failing to obey court order stopping it from increasing fuel prices and electricity tariff.

According to him, "any Government that disrespects the judiciary, ridicules itself. "

In one of his post, the Clergyman wrote; "When a govt lacks respect for the judiciary.. there is a subsisting court order stopping the increase of fuel prices and electricity tariff, yet they went ahead.. when any govt disrespects the judiciary, it ridicules itself."

In another of the post, Apostle Johnson Suleman said though he has appealed to Nigeria Labour Congress "to slow down on it proposed industrial action against electricity tariff hike and fuel price increase," he "equally appeal to the Government to reverse all the hikes."

He said; "In as much as I appeal to NLC to slow down on its proposed Industrial action against electricity tariff hike and fuel price increase,I equally appeal to the govt to reverse these hike.. Its insensitive, ill-timed and diversionary..reverse and revert."

See screenshots of his post on his verified Twitter page today:
Many people have taken to the comment section of the post to react to the ongoings in the country.

One of his social media Followers said; "This government has being oppressive to the masses at every available opportunity. They even seek injunction to stop the planed strike yet they want us to leave in pain and agony."

Another Follower said; "@APOSTLESULEMAN God bless you sir for always speaking out, This is country who claims having a democratic system of government. The truth be told Nigeria is currently at a state of anarchy and tyranny."

See some of the comments in the post as captured by us:


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