This firebrand man of God is really giving back to the society with cash and car gifts to church members and workers alike.
The scheme called the ‘Jehovah the Doctor Observation Centre,’ according to the man of God, was raised to meet emergency needs of participants at meetings.
Outside his primary assignments like teaching and healing which are windows to advertise the gospel of Jesus Christ, his other passion is blessing lives and this enthusiasm for giving is helping a lot in bringing men faster to the feet of Jesus Christ.
Apostle Suleman, it was who supported popular Nollywood actor, Leo Mezie, who was down with a kidney infection.
According to the church on its website, at the point of soliciting funds from the public, it got to the hearing of Apostle Suleman and he called on Mezie and advised him to stop raising funds but to seek proper medical check up to identify what was really wrong with his health.
On getting to England, the actor found out that it was just an infection and not that his kidney malfunctioned.
The man of God took it up from there, paid for the cleansing and treatment and today, Mezie is hale and hearty.
According to the actor himself who testified to his complete and miraculous healing, the apostle footed the medical bills and made sure he never lacked anything while undergoing treatment.
“Apostle Suleman took over all my medical bills; I mean every of it through my stay in the UK. I did not lack anything. I thank God for using Apostle Suleman to save me from death,” the elated Mezie said.
A number of church workers have also benefited from the new foundation where they have gotten both cash and car gifts while many, on his support, are having their dreams fulfilled on a daily basis.
His wife, Reverend Lizzy Suleman, a gospel singer, is also ready with her music video for her new single, ‘Your Name Is Greater', will be officially launched in December 2016, at the International Women Centre, Auchi, Edo State.
During a church service held recently, the new Edo State governor, Godwin Obaseki, who was on a Thanksgiving tour to the OFM headquarters, was a witness as Apostle Suleman gave out various items to some church members.
Obaseki was charged by Suleman to work to the expectations of those who elected him and to also bring close to him those who didn’t vote for him.
“We do not need money from your government. What we need is for you not to disappoint those who entrusted to you the office of governor and to be a governor for all. That will be to God’s glory and our pride,” Apostle Suleman implored.
Apostle Suleman who just ended the Turkey edition of his Ministry’s Raw Power Crusade and would be moving to Dallas, Texas in the United States of America for the next leg of the ministration, was honoured recently by the Students Union Government of the University of Benin with ‘Excellence and Ministerial Exploits’ award.