Apostle Johnson Suleiman, the founder of the Omega Fire Ministries, has been released and has left the office of the Department of State Security Service (DSS),Speaking in an interview with newsmen, Apostle Suleman’s spokesperson, Phrank Shuaibu, confirmed his principal was released before 11pm on Monday, January 30.“The interviews have ended. We have left the facility just now. I will communicate the details later,” he said.An invitation was later extended to Suleiman on Sunday to visit the office of the SSS in Abuja on Monday.Speaking shortly after his arrival in Abuja, the cleric said the DSS acted lawfully by inviting him.“I presume the right thing was done. They have been in touch with me to come and that is why I am in Abuja, so that I can see them,” he said.In a similar vein, the controversial

preacher, has denied fueling any religious war as being speculated in some section of the media.The man of God said he was misquoted and misunderstood.Speaking with AIT on Sunday night, he said he was referring to his security men after.“This should not be a new trend that has started with Apostle Suleiman, which may also be targeted at other Christian leaders. We call on Christians to be vigilant and security conscious, to avoid being victims of religious and hate attacks.“The gospel of Jesus Christ advocates love and peace, not hate. As such, Christian youths do not conform to religious crisis or killings on any grounds.“While we appreciate the DSS and other security agencies in ensuring peace and security in Nigeria, we call for intensified efforts to put a final stop to the continuous and increasing killing of Christians by Fulani herdsmen. We await the arrest and prosecution of the perpetrators.”