A group under the auspices of the YesWeFit Movement, has condemned the attack on the founder of Omega Fire Ministry, Apostle Johnson Suleiman.
IDOMA VOICE reports that Suleiman’s convoy was attacked by some hoodlums along Auchi Road, Edo State on Friday, and no fewer than seven people were reportedly killed.
Shortly after the incident, a viral video surfaced showing the cleric, claiming to know those behind the attack.
But in a statement issued on Saturday by the Convener of YesWeFit Movement, Dr Thomas-Wilson Ikubese, asked the cleric to expose the sponsors of the attack since he knew the suspected sponsors of the dastardly act.
Ikubese said, “In a video posted on his church’s TV social media pages, the man of God said he knew those behind the attack but won’t be mentioning them.
“The Apostle’s statement infers that he knows the killers but won’t mention their names which in the eyes of the law is a conspiracy to prevent justice, for one who witnessed the commission of a crime and knows the perpetrators, has an obligation to report what he knows to the police, otherwise be viewed as an accessory to the crime.
“In the light of the aforesaid, I urge the man of God to do the needful by reporting this incident to the police and mention to them his suspected assailants.”
“While the man of God and the families of the deceased yet mourn, it will do society well if Apostle does the needful,” Ikubese submitted.