There are strong indications emerging that the Department of State Service (DSS) have released the General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide, Apostle Johnson Suleman.
The report, which has been making the rounds and yet remains unconfirmed, has it that the operatives of the security police are done with their interview and have told him he can go home.
The secret police had invited him for interrogation based on his recent alleged inciting comments that Christians should defend themselves against attacks by Fulani herdsmen.
Barely two weeks ago, the controversial pastor was reported to have ordered his security aides to kill “any Fulani herdsman that comes into his church premises.”
He said this on the back of information received on a plot to assassinate him.
The development led to a ‘foiled’ – middle of the night – raid by detectives of the DSS in Ekiti State to arrest him.
DSS operatives had stormed the hotel where he lodged after a crusade, but Suleman quickly reached out to Ayodele Fayose, governor of Ekiti state, who intervened on his behalf.
Yesterday, Suleman, had challenged the Federal Government to compel the Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai, to produce the Fulani herdsmen he gave money.
The outspoken cleric made this known in a statement issued by his Communications Adviser, Phrank Shaibu.
According to him, the governor should be made to answer charges of murder and other related crimes against humanity.
He said naming the beneficiaries of the money would disabuse the minds of Nigerians of the conflict that Christians were the targets of incessant attacks by Fulani herdsmen.