Celebrating bullet proof car saving the pastor as a form of miracle is disappointing — Portable says about Apostle Suleman

The most controversial artiste out of Nigeria in recent times has shared his opinion about Apostle Suleman’s recent ordeal.

In a one and half minutes long clip, Portable sang a written song from his phone. Every part of the controversial lyrics addresses the practice of some church goers and their spiritual leaders regarded as pastors.

Portable’s message began on a note of uncensored truth shattering the everlasting practice of finances accrued by the church. In his words, Portable sarcastically implores his listeners to forget about the money gathered in church. He clearly stated that such money belongs to the pastor.

Portable, singing further, addresses one of the major battles the late Fela Anikulapo fought against the two dominant religions in Africa — the show of Africans worshipping their spiritual leaders called “men of God”.

It did not take long in the clip before Portable dabbled into the recent terror attack one of the controversial Nigerian pastors was faced with. Apostle Suleman, the pastor, was attacked by some terrorists in a fatal incident that led to the death of everybody in his convoy.

Apostle would later be seen boasting of his spiritual powers aided by his God at a delicate time others were mourning the security agents who lost their lives trying to protect him. While many were still lashing out at the pastor for completely being insensitive, the pastor took to the alter again to declare his knowledge of his attackers.

“I know them since 2017, they offered me money not to condemn them but I refused.” Apostle Suleman said about his assailant being politicians in Abuja, the capital city of Nigeria. The public called for the arrest of the pastor, however, because he acknowledged knowing the attackers but failed to mention their names to help the police force apprehend them.

According to Portable, the pastor’s congregation celebrated his survival as a form of miracle and he, Portable is very disappointed at the fact that the majority of the religious populace are yet to “wise up”. “The bullet proof car saved his life, not a miracle,” Portable pointed out.

Sam George Mac is a music journalist known for the reviews of several music albums and songs. He is a singer and songwriter of Afrobeats, Dancehall, Highlife and RnB with the stage name SGM — a graduate of Mass Communication from The West African Union University, Cotonou.

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