“Take your hate to the court” Apostle Johnson Suleman tells those criticizing him after he prayed for Ike Ekweremadu

Apostle Johnson Suleman is receiving heat after he took to Twitter to pray that God will see Ike Ekweremadu and his family through.

Former Deputy Senate President Ike Ekweremadu and his wife Beatrice were arrested by the Metropolitan Police in London for alleged conspiracy to harvest the organs of a child.

The Ekweremadus needed the boy’s kidney for their daughter, Sonia, who is suffering from a kidney problem.

Reacting to the news, Apostle Suleman wrote on Twitter: “Heard about the travails of the former deputy senate president,may God see him through..may God protect their child and spare her life.. Thank GOD for preserving the life of that minor who was to be used.. May God help them to do the right thing.. This too shall pass!”

His tweet generated mixed reactions with some Twitter users calling him out for praying for someone who allegedly committed a crime.

Reacting, Suleman tweeted: “I just made a prayer for all those involved in the issue of the former deputy senate president and I see reactions.. since you have become the law court, take your hate somewhere else and don’t join those I have blocked..even a confirmed thief on the cross, Jesus prayed for him.”

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