There were indications that the life-long aspiration of packing out international stadium to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ by the founder of Omega Fire Ministries (OFM), Apostle Johnson Suleman, may have become a reality following his recent outing in Yaounde, Cameroon.
The outspoken cleric held a crusade at the AAO International Stadium in Yaounde, Cameroon’s capital city, and the venue was overcrowded.
Apostle Johnson Suleman had repeatedly expressed the desire to fill up stadium for the gospel just as people would sell out stadiums to watch football matches.
Pictures and video shared on the internet from the cleric’s crusade in Cameroon were generating elixir as his followers were linking his desire to the current wave.
Commenting on the situation, a Twitter user said: “Sometimes ago, I was in OFM Lagos church when Apostle Johnson Suleman said he won’t rest until he see stadiums packed out for The Lord like UEFA Champions League Final. Today, I am a living witness as he pack out AAO International Stadium,
“I can’t contain my joy seeing God bringing the prayers and desires of his children to pass. This is really phenomenon, Jesus Christ is winning.”
Another user, @pastorEvar57039, described the development as a divine remembrance for Cameroon by the Lord Jesus Christ.
Another user, @epiezitons, said: “Thank you so much papa for coming. We are truly being blessed.”
Another user identified as @olobeze said: “I am never in doubt of God’s hands on His servant. More grace and strength and blessings man of God.”