Apostle Suleman has prayed for the safe release of abducted #Greenfielduniversity students.
News Online reports that Apostle Johnson Suleman, General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries (OFM) has taken to the official microblogging site, Twitter to pray for the safe release of Greenfield University Students.
News Online understands that the Cleric’s prayer was a result of threats from the abductors of students of the Greenfield University, Kaduna who vowed to kill the remaining 17 students if a ransom is not paid on Tuesday.
Recall that about 22 students were abducted from the university campus on April 20 when gunmen suspected to be bandits invaded the school premises.
The gunmen within a week, killed five of the victims as the State Governor, Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai vowed not to engage in negotiations with any bandit.
But the leader of the bandits who identified himself as Sani Idris Jalingo, while speaking in an interview on Hausa Service of Voice of America (VOA), monitored by Daily Trust, said the remaining students would be killed if the government failed to meet their demand.
According to him, the demand includes N100 million and 10 brand Honda motorcycles which he referred to as ‘Boko Haram’.
“You are speaking with the abductors of Greenfield students. We heard the utterances of the Kaduna State Governor that he will not pay ransom to bandits to purchase additional arms.
“If they fail to bring N100 million and 10 brand-new Honda motorcycles known as Boko Haram by Tuesday, I can assure you they will use trucks to evacuate the bodies of the remaining students,” he said.
Reacting to the ultimatum, Apostle Suleman prayed that the “angels of the Lord should reactivate (Acts 12)and set them free in Jesus name”
“Let’s pray for #Greenfielduniversity students Let the Lord preserve them Let the angels of the Lord reactivate(Acts 12)and set them free in Jesus name”, Apostle Suleman tweeted.
Let's pray for #Greenfielduniversity students
Let the Lord preserve them
Let the angels of the Lord reactivate(Acts 12)and set them free in Jesus name
— Apst Johnson Suleman (@APOSTLESULEMAN) May 4, 2021