Biography of Apostle Johnson Suleman

Apostle Johnson Suleman

Popularly called AJS, Apostle Johnson Suleman was born on 24th March 1971. He is a Nigerian Television Evangelist and the general overseer of Omega Fire Ministries International, a congregation with its headquarters in Auchi, Edo State. He founded the Omega Fire Ministries while functioning as an associate minister in the Armor of God Church in Lagos from 1998. He established Omega Fire Ministries in 2004.

As recorded from interviews, questions and stories, after Apostle Johnson Suleman's birth, several Prophets came to Benin from Warri, with a message from God. His folks requested to know the substance of the message, and the Prophets advised that God said to them that a prophet, which will later be a clergyman within the sight of God had been conceived. Johnson Suleman's folks decided not to focus on their words. They were of Islamic background and didn't need their child to escape their Muslim home.

While Apostle Johnson Suleman was growing up, there were changes in his conduct. He had an uncommon preference for things associated with God and confidence. By this, he didn't communicate any kind of interest in Islam and whenever he went to the mosque along with his father, he always felt it was not his calling.

Johnson Suleman was dwelling in Auchi, which was his old neighborhood when it was time to fulfil his actual calling. He chose to forfeit his life to turning into a prophet during his optional schooling. To start with, he filled in as a Pastor's aide in one of the temples, which was situated in Lagos. He chose to join the congregation formally in 1998. Later, several gatherings with God gave a beginning to the foundation of Omega Fire Ministry, which he set up in 2004. The spiritual father of Apostle Johnson Suleman is Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God.

Apostle Johnson Suleman studied Mass Communication. He got a Doctorate certificate in Philosophy. He is one of the richest Pastors in Nigeria. He is happily married to Reverend Lizzy Johnson Suleman. Together, they birthed two children - Divine Johnson-Suleman and Ebenezer Johnson-Suleman

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