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6 things you should know about Apostle Suleman's interrogation
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Apostle Suleman of the Omega Fire
Ministries has caused a stir in the country
with the numerous charges and preaching
he has been dishing out to Christians.
Although the situation of things in the
country is a little awkward, many share
the belief that the man of God should
have been a little diplomatic with his
opinions considering the fact that the
issue on ground is a sensitive one.
The Fulani herdsmen in recent times
have threatened the peace and unity of
the nation with their incessant
terrorism. With the series of attacks
launched on the Christians, one would
think they are on a mission to expunge
those who share their faith.
However, thousands of Nigerians have
faulted Apostle Suleman for asking
Christians to kill Fulani herdsmen since
there is a government in power. On the
other hand, it seems like the only
alternative and could be guided with a
section of the law that advocates self
defense.

but the operation was foiled. Governor
Fayose was quoted to have said the
federal officials fled when they saw his
car and his people. However, he made a
point by saying the DSS should invite
him properly rather than snooping
around in the night.
On this note, Apostle Suleman was
invited by DSS operatives for
questioning even though many shared
the opinion that he should not have
granted the request as there were
speculations that he would be arrested.
Find below the things that happened
before and during the interrogation:

1. Acceptance
Apostle Suleman's decision to be taken
in for interrogation was a huge
surprise. The cleric said the DSS was
right to have called him for questioning.

2. The interrogation was done at night
The man of God seemed to be brave
after all; he must have known the
implication of going for the
interrogation yet, he went. It was like
walking into the lion's den but he did
not let this bother him. Apostle Suleman
got to the office of the DSS around 7pm.
3. He went alone
One would expect that the man of God
would go to the DSS office with some
people in order to play safe. He chose to
go alone without his lawyers.
4. The interrogation was delayed
The media aide of the cleric revealed
that the interrogation did not start until
some minutes past 9pm.
This means that Apostle Suleiman had to
wait for hours before he was attended
to despite the federal officials clamoring
to take him for questioning.
This decision also left doubts in the
mind of people as they keep wondering
why the interrogation had to be done
late in the night in a free and fair
system.

5. It was a friendly chat
The much anticipated interrogation
turned out to be a friendly chat after
all. The series of questions asked were
presumed to be mild in order not to
agitate any political or religious crisis in
the nation. The interrogation lasted for
a little over an hour at the long run.
6. Apostle Suleman was released at 11pm
After the friendly chat ended, the cleric
was released and made to go home. He
left the office of the DSS at about 11pm
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