Nigerians lambast Apostle Suleman for comparing $100 and N1,000 notes


Nigerians on twitter have slammed the General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries (OFM), Apostle Johnson Suleman for sharing a photo depecting the current value of Nigerian currency, Naira.

The outspoken pastor, who narrowly escaped assassination attempt some days ago, in a tweet on Friday on his verified Twitter handle, shared a picture of N1,000 note which has portraits of two persons and that of $100 that has a single portrait on it, and wondered why people keep saying two heads are better than one.

The 1000 Naira banknote is the highest value paper money note in Nigeria and has the portraits of Mallam Aliyu Mai-Bornu and Dr Clement Nyong Isong while the $100 note features a portrait of Benjamin Franklin.

TheLeadng recalls that the Naira has been on free fall against the United States dollar, with many expressing concerns that the Nigerian currency may soon exchange for N1,000 to a dollar following the move by the Central Bank of Nigeria to introduce new Naira notes.

Reacting to his post, some Nigerians had these to say: