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Apostle Suleman Pays one Year House Rent For A Family In Ibadan


Mrs. Comfort Gabriel from Akingbile in Ibadan and her children have been sneaking into their house for the past one year because of the inability to pay their house rent. As a result, the landlord has been disturbing them with so much restless attacks day in and day out.

Well, all is history now as God decided to use His Servant to wipe away their tears by paying their rentage for the next ten years.

Th encounter happened in the evening of monday 24th April at the Chapel of Resurrection, University of Ibadan (UI) in the on going Help from Above invasion of the institution being organised by the Joint Christian Campus Fellowships (JCCF).

The rent fees which was accurately revealed by the Prophet of God as well as other detailed information of the family led to widespread jubilation in the crusade venue.

He proceeded to give the lady Two Hundred Thousand Naira (N200,000) immediately and complete it in the next evening meeting (probably for security reasons).

This is no news to followers of the Man of God as he continues to demonstrate his love and heart for people, fulfilling his mandate to WIPING OUT TEARS from them in any way he can.

More Grace to you Apostle Suleman


Source: http://www.trezzyhelm.com/2017/04/apostle-johnson-suleman-pays-10-years.html



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