Controversial Nigerian clergyman, Apostle Johnson Suleman has replied Twitter influencer, Daniel Regha, after he called him out for not seeking justice for those killed during an assassination attempt on his life.
Recall that on October 21, 2022, unknown gunmen attacked the clergyman’s convoy in Edo state and opened fire at them, resulting in the death of seven persons including four policemen. Fortunately, the clergyman and his family escaped unhurt because they were in a bulletproof car.
At the time, Apostle Suleman claimed to know the mastermind behind the gruesome attack but refused to disclose their names. ICYMI, watch him speak here
Three months after the assassination attempt, Daniel Regha took to Twitter to call out the clergyman for not divulging the names of the criminals and failing to seek justice for the deceased.
“Apostle Suleman is yet to reveal the names of those who sent assassins after him; Seven people were sadly killed (RIP), but he’s not seeking justice for ’em. Why is he keeping silent about this? The authorities needs to bring him in for questioning, & update the general public,” Regha tweeted.
Reacting to the tweet, Apostle Suleman revealed that he has shared all the available information with the police, and they should be held culpable for their inaction.
He further berated Daniel Regha – known for giving his unfiltered opinion about celebrities on Twitter – for talking too much.
He wrote on Sunday, January 22, “Awon general public.
What can you do if you know them?..I have given detailed info to the police..I am responding to you cos of the lives that were lost whom I vow to fight http://for.so ask the police why they are silent.
You talk too much.no shades..”
However, Daniel Regha is insisting that the clergyman reveals the identity of those behind the attack.
Apostle Suleman claims he has revealed the names of those behind his assassination attempt to the police; But since the police is yet to do anything, Suleman should disclose the same info to the public. No point staying silent, cos such evil people may be running for elections.
— Daniel Regha (@DanielRegha) January 23, 2023