Curfew: Apostle Suleiman, Omokri, Imam of Peace Share N5000 To 100 Nigerians
In an effort to alleviate the suffering of the people during the Coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria, Apostle Johnson Suleiman is sharing N5000 to 100 Nigerians.
The pastor is working with Reno Omokri, a former aide to President Goodluck Jonathan and an Australia based Muslim Cleric Mohammad Tawhidi popularly known as Imam of Peace.
The President Muhammadu Buhari announced a locked down on Sunday in Lagos, Ogun State as well as the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja.
The plan was to slow down the spread of the Coronavirus which is gradually increasing in the country.
While many philanthropists like Alico Dangote are donating to the government, the two pastors and Imam of Peace are taking a different approach to reach the downtrodden.
According to Omokri on twitter, people with sustainable jobs are not allowed to apply for the stipend.
Talking on the issue via his Twitter handle, Omokiri said “Courtesy of Apostle Johnson Suleiman I will be giving out half a million naira to 100 people.
Apostle Suleiman had reached out to the Imam of peace and both of us will be picking out 100 people by random and just helping them out with N5000 to buy grocery as there is a lockdown in Nigeria.
This is a grassroots effort. If you know you have a comfortable job and earn a salary, don’t be greedy, don’t apply to allow this to go to the people in the grassroots.
Omokri urged his target to send their names and account number for the random selection.
On Monday, the former aide also facilitated another gesture through Tingle Mobile, a company he is currently an Ambassador.