Africans in South Africa decry the invitation of Apostle Suleman & Bishop Oyedepo by DSS.

Africans in South Africa decry the invitation of Apostle Suleman & Bishop Oyedepo by DSS.

Africans in South Africa have massively decry the move by the Department of State Services (DSS) in Nigeria to invite, question and possibly detain Apostle Johnson Suleman of Omega Fire Ministries International  and Bishop David Oyedepo of the Living Faith Church Wordwide.

The planned invitation of the two influential men of God is premised upon their alleged strong ventillation of grievance on the killings of christians by Fulani Herdsmen and Boko Haram. The strongly worded statements may incite violence, according to the DSS.

Words on the street in South Africa suggest that some concerned Africans in South Africa, majorly non-Nigerians are planing to hold a peaceful protest if the two men of God are invited and detained.

The protest is scheduled to hold in front of the Nigerian embassy in Rivonia, Johannesburg at an undisclosed date.

It is shocking that members of this group are largely non-Nigerians and there are some muslims in the group.

Hitherto, many Nigerians in South Africa have condemned many religious and tribal killings that have taken place in Nigeria recently, describing it as horrendous and barbaric.

They call on the Nigerian government to emulate the South Africa political and religious climate which have made the Rainbow nation enjoy long term peace.

Omega Fire Ministries International and Living Faith Church Worldwide are among the fastest growing Nigerian ministries in South Africa.

There are strong indications that their numerous members may join the planned protest.

Femi Oshin

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