Apostle Suleman said he was forced into occultism due to the separation of his parents.
The Cleric said he was forced into occultism due to the separation of his parents.
“I was a dignified cultist," Apostle Suleman said according to TheCable.
"I am from a home of separated parents. My parents had some issues. Any child from a home like that is bound to fall into the streets.
“So, I got into school and I wanted acceptance somewhere. Someone told me that there is something called brotherhood and that I would be accepted as a family member and I liked it. I didn’t know there was a beating part and being taken to the bush.
“I didn’t like that. But you have to go into it. What I always avoided then was the assignments. I was just like a floor member. I would go to meetings and when assigned to do something and I couldn’t, I had to look for someone to do it and pay for it. I was not really happy but I was there."
Suleman recently said his father is an All Progressives Congress leader in Edo state.
Apostle Suleman was recently invited by the Department of State Service (DSS) for his recent comment on the Southern Kaduna killings.