Apostle Johnson Suleman of the Omega Fire Ministries in Auchi of Edo State, has called on political leaders at all levels to always listen to words of God and messages sent through His servants for the nation and her people to progress.
Suleman made this call during a Sunday service in his church where the new Edo State governor, Godwin Obaseki, visited for Thanksgiving. He also disclosed that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) would not have lost the guber election in the state if governor Mimiko had listened to him.
The cleric, known for his accurate prophecies and humanitarian services, said this at the back-drop of the just-concluded governorship election in Ondo State which ended the administration of the incumbent PDP.
According to Suleman, the PDP would not have lost the governorship to APC if its leaders had heeded his 2014 divine message at the palace of the Akure king to seek God’s face in future elections.
“PDP ignored God’s warning. I warned them, especially through the governor, Mimiko, when I had a crusade in the palace of Deji of Akure in 2014. I gave the governor God’s message that the party should seek God in its future activities and it’s leaders must go on fasting and praying, otherwise its reign will end in another election.
“The record is there. I specifically told Mimiko when he visited me in the company of his party leaders, where I told him that God said he will be governor for a second term. I said God is ready to terminate your party’s reign, except you pray and fast for a number of days.
“They ignored the warning. It was on the second day of that crusade that God revealed to me that a new governor with initials AK had been prepared for Mimiko’s seat,” he said.
The cleric, who on December 10, 2016, would be leading a pack of Gospel music ministers in the maiden edition of an evening of miracles, importation and divine restoration aptly tagged, ‘The Amazing Grace Jubilee Night of Praise’ which at the headquarters of the church, charged Obaseki the governor of Edo state not to disappoint those who elected him