Following the recent brutal attack of well-known Nigerian cleric, Apostle Johnson Suleiman, calls have been made to the Nigerian police, the Department of State Services, DSS, the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC, and other pertinent security organizations to immediately arrest and prosecute one Proff Ex, Ejele, and others.
In the aforementioned attack last week, no fewer than five people—including police officers working with the man of God—were shot and killed.
Pastor Johnson Suleiman, Prophet Jeremiah Fufeyin, Pastor David Oyedepo, Sen. Enyinnaya Abaribe, and a host of other Nigerian politicians had been warned with attacks by Proff Ex and Ejele before to the attack.
In a widely shared video, Proff Ex made various unprintable claims, including that he would successfully harm his targets and their families without suffering any repercussions.
He made a specific reference to Pastor Paul Enenche’s brother, Gen. John Enenche (Rtd), and swore to wipe out his family.
He claimed that they, especially Pastor Paul Enenche, intimidated people with their wealth and opulence and pledged to shoot down and destroy their private jets.
Since these recordings were posted online, Proff Ex and other men of God-threatening figures have not been contacted for an interview, nor has anything been done to stop people from unjustly making threats against innocent bystanders.
However, numerous Nigerians alarmed by the current state of affairs are requesting the immediate arrest of Proff Ex and Ejele in order for them to provide any information they may have regarding Johnson Suleiman’s most recent attack.
They request that their names not be published while also calling for the arrest and prosecution of individuals who have violated morality by using their right to free expression.
According to them, such unprotected risks should be reduced by appropriate sanctions so that citizens won’t have to live in dread.
People like Proffx are thought to have a lot to say about the kidnappings because of his propensity for threatening people with fire and brimstone.
Numerous homicides and kidnappings have been reported since the start of this year.