Igboho: Apostle Suleman sends strong warning to FG, Fulani herdsmen 

The Senior Pastor of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has sent a strong message to the federal government and Fulani herdsmen across the country.

The cleric said herders don’t own Nigeria and as such, cannot dictate what should happen in another man’s land.

Apostle Suleman was reacting to the ongoing war between people of Southwest and Fulani herdsmen.

Recall that Governor Rotimi Akeredolu had given herders in Ondo forest reserves seven days to leave.

Smililalry, Sunday Igboho had led some youths to eject herdsmen from their homes in Igangan in Oyo State.

The development angered the federal government who ordered the police to pick up Igboho.

Reacting, however, Suleman warn that any attempt to arrest those opposing the views of the government would lead to a movement.

He gave the warning in a post on Twitter thus;

“An intolerant regime makes heroes..when you detain a man for his opposing views, you are inadvertently starting a movement..the discrepancies in OYO state can be resolved. but the herders must be told they don’t own Nigeria..flagrant invasion and brutality should be disavowed.”