Apostle Suleman reacts to T.B Joshua’s death says ‘You can’t cheat nature’

Apostle Suleman reacts to T.B Joshua’s death says ‘You can’t cheat nature.’ He expressed his shock over the death of the late pastor and spoke against those who insulted TB Joshua.

Apostle Johnson Suleman of the Omega Fire Ministries, has spoken on the death of Prophet T.B Joshua.

T.B Joshua of the Synagogue, Church Of All Nations, SCOAN, died one week ago just 24 hours after he ended a church programme.

Apostle Suleman, who happens to be one of the few frontline pastors that are yet to respond to the death, said it came to him as a rude shock.

According to him, people saying all sorts of things about the man of God even after his death are devilish and evil people.

He made it clear that he was not in support of any abusive statements made against the man of God who just passed on.

Apostle Suleman made his comments on the late Pastor TB Joshua’s’ death at one of his church meetings over the weekend.

According to him, the late man of God was unwell for two days but kept on ministering to people, and after his death, they will move on with their lives.

For people to say all manner of things against a man of God according to him is very devilish and they should desist from doing so.

He stated that he hadn’t said anything about late Prophet TB Joshua’s death because he was still in shock, but finally he has come to the conclusion that truly one cannot cheat nature.

“A man of God just passed on and people are saying all sorts of things and even abusing him at his death. How devilish, evil, wicked people are” he told his congregants during one of his church meetings.

“He was not fine for two days and he was still ministering to people. Now those people are going to move on with their lives.

“I haven’t said anything about the death of the man of God because I’m still in shock. And I have now discovered that you can’t cheat nature”.

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