Arrest Made in Attack on Apostle Johnson Suleman, Recovered Weapons

By | July 13, 2023



The Nigerian Police have made a significant breakthrough in their investigation into the attack on Apostle Johnson Suleman, the senior pastor and General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide. A 32-year-old man named Yusuf Isah has been arrested in connection with the attack.

The incident occurred in October 2022, when gunmen ambushed Apostle Suleman’s convoy along the Benin-Auchi Road in Edo State. Tragically, six people lost their lives in the attack, including three policemen. The police launched an intensive investigation into the incident, which eventually led to the arrest of Yusuf Isah.

According to the Force spokesperson, Muyiwa Adejobi, the arrest was made by the Intelligence Rapid Team after a thorough investigation. During the operation, five AK 47 rifles, two K2 assault rifles, and 180 live ammunition were recovered from the suspect. Additionally, four suspected improvised explosive devices (IEDs) were found in his apartment.

The arrest of Yusuf Isah is a significant development in the case, and it brings hope for justice for the victims of the attack. It also highlights the dedication and professionalism of the Nigerian Police in their efforts to apprehend those responsible for such heinous crimes.

The investigation is still ongoing, and more details are expected to emerge as the case progresses. It is crucial that the authorities leave no stone unturned in their pursuit of justice and ensure that all those involved in the attack are brought to book.

The attack on Apostle Suleman was a shocking and tragic event that sent shockwaves throughout the country. However, with the arrest of Yusuf Isah, there is hope that justice will be served, and those responsible for the attack will face the full force of the law..