Apostle Johnson Suleman of the Omega Fire Ministry has reacted to the demise of popular gospel artiste, Sammie Okposo.
The musician who was on the news in January this year over alleged infidelity slumped and died on Friday morning at the age of 51.
An American lady identified as African Doll, based in Texas had in January 2022, accused Sammie Okposo of impregnating and abandoning her.
Reports claimed that the singer was yet to recover from the scandal which may have affected his health prior to his death on Friday.
Reacting to the unfortunate report of Sammie’s death, Apostle Suleman took to his Twitter handle to recall some previous conversations with the singer, saying they both wept over the phone about how some pastors treated the singer after the infidelity saga.
He said some people currently posting pictures of the singer and mourning him, failed to reach out to Sammie during the trying moments.
He wrote, “Now they post his pictures. But never reached out in his trying times. He told me what pastors did to him and we both wept.
“Love has left the church. We have more ‘lawyers’ who are ready to judge than intercessors ready to restore. Rest in power my brother.. You conquered”!
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