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“Are you now above the law? Why should you threaten the government?” – OAP Freeze to Apostle Johnson Suleman

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Following reports of Apostle Johnson Suleiman’s attempted arrest this morning, the Senior Pastor of Omega Fire Ministries (OFM) Worldwide stated that if he spends one day with Security Operatives, Nigerian Embassies in Countries where his Church has branches “will be in trouble”.

Now OAP Freeze is reacting to that statement.

He said:

Dear Apostle Suleiman, I’m very disappointed in this statement! Are you now above the law? Why should you threaten the government? Do you realise that this amounts to treason?

Like I earlier stated, I understand that you are angry and you have a right to be, However, this is not the way to go about it. I still hold you in high esteem for your spirit of giving but I must say sir, this is ABSOLUTELY WRONG!

Let’s be very careful when agitating for war, because war never solves ANYTHING!!! The war in Iraq, Libya and Syria has solved NOTHING.. life was much better under Sadam and Ghadaffi than it is now. ISIS was born as a result of the war in Iraq, and millions died in the war and in the aftermath.

Let me educate those of you shouting about the war where David killed Goliath. Later on, he had to fight the giants brother and sons and up until today Goliath’s people the philistines, are still bombing Israel! Can we truly say that war was won? –
When Jesus was killed, NOBODY was killed in retaliation, the war was won in the spirit and the victory is everlasting!

Let’s be like Jesus, all he asks is for us to love one another, and yes, that includes loving our enemies. ~FRZ

Do you agree with Freeze?

21 Comments

  1. A Real Nigerian

    January 25, 2017 at 12:29 pm

    “Because war never solves ANYTHING!!!”

    Whoa there. The Jews would like to have a word with you.

  2. keke driver

    January 25, 2017 at 12:32 pm

    STFU FREEZE….STFU ABEG!!!!

  3. Deb

    January 25, 2017 at 12:43 pm

    When that northerner on Facebook said Osibajo will never be president when buhari was out of the country because he his an infidel, he wasnt arrested. A lot of northerners have made icinting religious statements, they were not attested. So why arrest, apostle Suleiman?

  4. aki

    January 25, 2017 at 12:47 pm

    this guy must be an anti Christ… Muslims have been killing Christians for decades in Nigeria and all that we do is pacify them, now someone is standing up for other people and this fool that thinks he has answer to everything is talking nonsense.. its a shame bcos u are actually standing against a kingdom u said u blong.

  5. Engoz

    January 25, 2017 at 12:54 pm

    People have the right to protect themselves from foreseeable threats. The government has been a total failure in protecting the citizens. I have no problem decapitating and annihaliating any Nigerian that poses as a murderous threat to me, law or no law. I will so break that law and don’t mind dying in the process. Before I can take the ‘law’s’ side and before this man can be called into questioning we need to see government indices and reports on how they have prosecuted the blood thirsty marauders from 1960 – 2017. The ‘law’ has been useless and has made Nigerian citizens above it.

  6. m4

    January 25, 2017 at 12:58 pm

    How i wish I know where this idiot live..Will go over and beat the hell out of him,nonsense!! ?? Keep blabbing your cup will soon be full.

  7. o

    January 25, 2017 at 1:24 pm

    As usual, I blame BN for bringing this here.

    Is the government above the law? Why should they threaten the lives of Nigerians?? (By their refusal to take action despite the continued massacre of Christians in the North)…..

    • PLD

      January 25, 2017 at 8:15 pm

      Thank you O. Is the government also above the law by sending Dss agents to ‘arrest’ in the dead of the night??? What rule of law are we operating in this country pls. And they’ve also done nothing about the muslims killing christians spree.

  8. June

    January 25, 2017 at 1:26 pm

    I feel sorry for my country. If all we do is apply sentiment on all issues. Freeze is right. Hate or love him. No one is above the law and a pastor should not be making such hateful statement..

  9. teria

    January 25, 2017 at 2:34 pm

    we are gradually moving towards the early exit of a govt, its a build up.

  10. GANNY OGUNSHAKIN

    January 25, 2017 at 2:56 pm

    Unconstitutional Policing must be stopped in Nigeria at all cost. However provocative or insightful his statement may have sounded, Those words are protected under the Nigeria Constitution. Nigeria Constitution guaranteed every Nigerian Freedom of speech under which the pastor’s statement can be categorized. After all, no crime has been committed by any member of his congregation. Why the rush to judgement? .

    • CovertNigerian

      January 25, 2017 at 3:43 pm

      I disagree with your assessment. Incitement to commit violent acts is a crime onto itself. Your assessment is not an objective one. I’m fairly certain your assessment of mere ‘comments’ preceding possible illegal action would be very different if the Sultan of Sokoto simply said that any Christians seen in the vicinity of his his palace should be killed.

      I understand the annoyance with no one being held responsible for murders in Kaduna, but this pastor has acted very wrongly in my view and deserves to be condemned for adding to rather than seeking to address the problem. Personally, I have absolutely no problem with him being arrested for his previous comments and also for his apparent threats to the country.

      Just as I hope that those responsible for actual murders face the law, I wish the same on people that are guilty of incitement. Law and order has to actually begin to mean something in our country. Nigeria is just way too lawless and our institutions are just too weak. If we trusted the judiciary, and believed in the objectivity of law enforcement, incidents like this would be a lot less polarizing.

    • ogeAdiro

      January 25, 2017 at 5:10 pm

      Thank you. Your last paragraph is pure hard currency!

    • ogeAdiro

      January 25, 2017 at 4:01 pm

      Not true. Based on the criminal code act found here http://www.nigeria-law.org/Criminal%20Code%20Act-PartI-II.htm, the pastor is probably guilty of incitement. His church/congregation, were the incitement took place, probably had more than 10 people, so that qualifies as an “unlawful society.” Unless you have some other info, I don’t see any protection under the Nigerian constitution. The authorities have grounds to come for him.

  11. cherryberry

    January 25, 2017 at 3:32 pm

    u are typical infidel. Herdsmen never reach ur side, i no blame u

  12. gogo

    January 25, 2017 at 5:43 pm

    You better keep quiet!.wait until your family members are attacked and raped and lets see if you will still have this same sentiments. mmmmswwwhhhhhhhwwww

  13. Omoh

    January 25, 2017 at 6:51 pm

    What nonsense is Freeze saying? The Country’s motto reads, Unity and Faith, Peace and Progress. Is this motto in operation? Some folks seem to think being a Christian produces stupidity. God led his people to war, and when his people sinned against him, he led other Nations to war against his people. Every Nigerian has a RIGHT TO LIFE, RELIGION, RESPECT TO THE DIGNITY OF HUMAN PERSON, PRIVACY OF OUR HOMES, ASSEMBLE FREELY etc These provisions are expressly stated in our Constitution. As it is, the Government has failed us! What should the oppressed do? The Apostle has not asked his church to go a-killing. I am 100% for, no go find trouble, but if trouble come your yard, welcome am, hug, hold am tight!!! I may lose my life in the process, but God forbid me go down without a fight!

  14. Anti Freeze

    January 25, 2017 at 7:08 pm

    When you receive Intel that someone is after you and wants to use Fulani herdsmen you apply every strategy to let them know you are ready for them. Freeze sharrap, you are trying so hard to create a brand with unreasonable arguments. Those killed in Southern Kaduna how have you helped? By telling the remaining ones to turn the other cheek.if Dem cut your leg you give them the other one? Ta gbafuo!!!!

  15. NG

    January 25, 2017 at 7:46 pm

    Freeze right or wrong, it is the over-sabi so-called Christians that will speak out the most against the Pastor and further create rancour in Christendom. Meanwhile, they have never commented to condemn the wholesale butchering of christians all these years by muslim pigs. They are here trying to be politically correct in the face of bare-faced agenda to annihilate them. To blazes with niceties when Rome is on fire!

    See what our amiable men of God have been reduced to by these animals emboldened the more now that their commander-in-arms is sitting on the throne of Nigeria. Did you hear Bishop Oyedpo almost insane? You folks here think you have better senses of responsibility on national affairs than these men? We warned you all that our kiths and kins who have been the targets of slaughter and planned annihilation up north for decades, including during the civil war, had enlightened us that the fury of these blood-thirsty demons get stoked to near frenzy each time this their hero-of-our-president got projected, no matter how slightly on the national stage. Our people feared exactly what is happening now-bolder actions against you and me and all the rest of the people. Did you all listen? Did you have the slightest sensitivity of spirit to know?

    Lets hope it’s not the same rift in Christendom exploited by the Turks to practically wipe off Christianity from that country that is influencing these comments. Your rift and schisms are their gain.

    You think the politicians who double-speak rather than expose rift in rank in their party even when their spokesperson is not quite making sense are foolish? You think the Republicans in America don’t know Trump is a successful con man? It serves their interest not to call him out so publicly.

    No, i am not saying condone murder, but i am saying this is not the time to break rank in any way on this issue of strident condemnation of Islamic murderers. Period.

  16. Efe Nosa

    January 25, 2017 at 11:14 pm

    This is rather ironic. Why do people pay heed to an individual that is “frozen”?
    His stage name is Freeze because his reasoning and thoughts are based on fixated and negatively skewed thoughts.
    The venerable Apostle simple asked that Christians should be more security conscious and learn to grab the bull of oppression by the horn.
    It behoves on the authority to allay fears by assuring Christians that the security of all is a paramount duty of the State.
    Singling out targetted Christians for threats and manhandling sends a wrong signal, and that signal is causing a divide in the frontiers of unity.
    Every Nigerian deserves to be treated equally, irrespective of tribe or religion.

  17. Forreal

    January 26, 2017 at 1:06 pm

    What did you do when some persons said they will make make Nigeria ungovernable during Goodluck,s tenure or you only respond when it concerns Christians.

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