President of Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has met with the acting Inspector General of Police, Kayode Egbetokun, days after the arrest of a suspect linked to an attack on his convoy.
Suleman was attacked last year along the Benin-Auchi Road in Edo State.
Gunmen ambushed the cleric’s convoy, resulting in the death of six individuals, including three police officers.
On Thursday, Force spokesperson, Muyiwa Adejobi, said that operatives of the Intelligence Rapid Team arrested one of the suspects, Yusuf Isah, 32, following an intensive investigation.
After his arrest, the apostle, on Wednesday shared on Twitter a photo of himself and the police boss, thanking Egbetokun for having him.
Suleman said he would “say something when this whole mess is over”.
For those they killed, I vowed not to rest until all the killers get served the meal they ordered.
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“I have kept that promise and gone after them working with the police. Those waiting for me to brief them should wait till everything is rounded up.”