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Politicians should leave Apostle Suleiman alone, he is a great supporter of Nollywood - Steve Eboh

Politicians should leave Apostle Suleiman alone, he is a great supporter of Nollywood - Steve Eboh

Following series of alle­gations levelled against Auchi based controver­sial pastor, Apostle Suleiman, one of the veteran Nollywood actors, and former Deputy National President of the Ac­tors Guild of Nigeria, Mr Steve Eboh, has lend his voice in sup­port of the pastor.
The former Caretaker Com­mittee Chairman of the AGN, in a recent chat with the AU­THORITY Entertainment, called on Nigerian politicians to leave the man of God alone, he also praised the pastor for his uncommon generosity, to which he said he and several other actors in Nollywood are beneficiaries. In his words; “Ni­gerian politicians should leave this great man of God alone. He is being hunted for speaking up against the menace of Fulani Herdsmen. All those fighting the Apostle of God will be put to shame soon because he is a true man of God and his God will fight his battle for him. All the allegations against Apostle Suleiman are all made up to malign the integrity of the man of God. This man is a very gen­erous man and I and several of my colleagues are beneficiaries of his generousity. During the travails of one of our actors, Leo Mezie, it was this same pas­tor that gave Leo a huge sum of money to attend to his health. He is nice to a fault and we will stand for him, because he is not what they want people to think of him. Using women to under­mine his hard earned integrity is to say the least shameful. This great man of God is currently undergoing an examination which I and my colleagues, who know him very well are eagerly waiting for him to emerge vic­torious so that we can celebrate with him and shame the devil.”
The actor however implored the man of God not to be de­terred by the allegations from the pit of hell, as his God is not sleeping, and will definitely put his detractors to shame at the appropriate time.
 

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