Joshua Iginla And Johnson Suleman Lied, They Didn’t Buy Any Private Jet – Pastor Charles Awuzie

Suleman, Awuzie and Iginla
A motivational speaker and life coach, Charles Awuzie has taken to Twitter to claim that the news of Prophet Joshua Iginla and Apostle Johnson Suleman joining the league of private jet owners is a publicity stunt and that they didn’t buy any of what they are parading.
Recall that last month, Apostle Suleman launched a private jet with many questioning the source of his income.
Just recently, news filtered in that Prophet Joshua Iginla just bought himself a private jet on his birthday. According to him, the jet will help his ministry as he’s sometimes needed in more than two countries in a day.
Awuzie inside private jet
However, Charles Awuzie discrediting the reports, called it a publicity stunt. According to him, they need to prove that they bought the private jet with their cash and show evidence or proof.
Awuzie said; "Neither Joshua Iginla nor Johnson Suleman has the money to buy/maintain a private jet. Don’t let media stunts divert your attention. These guys know how to switch topics especially when there’s negative news about them. I challenge them prove ownership of the private jets!
Apostle Suleman Johnson
"I challenge Joshua Iginla and Johnson Suleman to prove that they bought a new private Jet with their Cash as they made the public to believe and I will show my proof that they were only pulling a publicity stunt which worked in Nigeria, because Nigeria is a lazy country where nobody takes responsibility for thorough investigation of any claim."
 Read his tweet below:



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