Suleman, who runs ‘Touch Of Love’, an independent gift-giving scheme that seeks to provide material assistance to needy people across nations of the world including emergency funds and in-kind gifts, had called out and blessed the 14 Nigerians midway into the Sunday service.
Voicing his views on the sorry state of leadership in Nigeria, which he believes regularly aids the exodus of promising Nigerians into less blessed countries, the ‘Oracle of God’, as Suleman is fondly addressed, counseled the nation’s leadership at all levels to ensure that the nation’s systems work in order to convince the youths that they have a future in their country.”
“I heard some people saying that they didn’t know why Nigerians are running to Europe and America. See, if Nigeria is good, nobody will leave. The only problem Nigeria has is that our system is not working. If you go to Europe or America, it’s not as if there is no poverty there; there is poverty, the only benefit is that they are the systems that work. You are paying for light, it is working, you are paying for anything, it is working. In Nigeria, you pay for everything, nothing works! So, how do you expect people to stay where they feel they don’t have a future?”