October 25, 2021


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CAMA: Malicious, diabolic, evil intended -Apostle Suleman insists

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The Auchi born preacher and senior pastor of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman has continued to condemn the CAMA bill recently signed by the Nigerians President, Muhammadu Buhari GCFR. The preacher known to be out spoken said again while addressing his congregation that CAMA act is a diabolic and evil intended act.

“The CAMA act is a diabolic and evil intended act. They said they can change the board of trustee and no court can upturn it. Why would I respect an act that does not respect the law? Somebody would say in America, in London, government regulates charity organizations, that’s true. I should tell you what happens in America, I should tell you what happens in London. We have about 8 churches in London and over 30 Churches in America so I should tell you what works there. In America and London, a charity organization can collect grants from government. Government would give them, they would apply for grant and government would fund them. In the last pandemic, I know churches that got 80,000 dollars, 100,000 dollars , supported by government , so when you support charity organizations, you have a right to regulate them. Is it this country we would apply for N100 millions and government would give us? If you give us, then you can regulate us. We are not anti-government. Me, some weeks ago, I paid N4.6million as tax. I paid to my state as tax. They taxed me and I paid…. CAMA act, It is maliciously plan. It is not right and it will not stand. So, the government should let the sleeping dog lie”. Says the apostle.

Apostle Johnson Suleman who also explained how pastors make their money in his address said he was speaking not only for the church but for all charity organizations. He is one of the few pastors in Nigeria that have openly condemn the CAMA bill. Others are Bishop David Oyedepo, Pst E. A Adeboye etc.