Apostle Johnson Suleman Urges Arsenal Fans to be Hopeful as they Sign “Bruce Lee” Lookalike

Apostle Johnson Suleman

Its no news that Nigerian Televangelist and Leader of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman has over the years been a vocal supporter of the round leather game – Football ⚽.

The preacher has never hidden his love for London-based side Arsenal, as he is a staunch supporter of the Gooners. Famously vocal about happenings at the club, Apostle Johnson Suleman ensures that his feelings don’t go unnoticed on Twitter.

With the football transfer window of the 2021/2022 season closed in major parts of Europe, Arsenal opted to make a last-ditch signing on deadline day to address their defensive issues after experiencing the worst start to the league in many decades. Much to the surprise of many the new signing happens to be a Japanese-born player whose name is Takehiro Tomiyasu.

Particularly not satisfied with the business of the club in the just concluded transfer market, the preacher urged Arsenal fans to be encouraged in a cheeky post on Twitter. “Gunners be encouraged, hopefully, things will improve now that we have signed Bruce Lee“, reads the caption on a special post to welcome the Arsenal new signing. The tweet which has sparked hilarious reactions over the last few hours has prompted Arsenal fans to simply hope for the best in the new premier league season.

Recall, that on December 16, 2020, Apostle Suleman stirred mixed reactions on Twitter when he publicly requested to know why he is an Arsenal fan.

Aside his calling to Preach, Apostle Johnson Suleman has also shown his musical skills in recent times, collaborating with his wife to release songs like “Soromidayo,” “Ololufemi,”  More.

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