Human beings are not naturally known to always give without thinking of what they would get in return. So it is worthy of note when a man gives so much without asking for anything in return.
Apostle (Prof.) Johnson Suleman, the head pastor at Omega Fire Ministries (OFM) worldwide, may not be the ideal 'perfect master'; of course, no man is, but he has endeared himself to many particularly those who get a helping hand when it matters to them.
He shows love to all and occasionally dishes out different grades of people cash and gift items, irrespective of faith, tribe or colour.
The latest beneficiary of Apostle Suleman's milk of kindness is the family of the young school girl, Leah Sharibu, who unfortunately was kidnapped by the dreaded Islamic sect, Boko Haram, alongside her schoolmates in the Northern part of Nigeria but was held back for refusing to convert from her faith, Christianity.
Information has it that the servant of God willingly blessed Leah's mother with the sum of N1m (one million naira). The poor girl's mother, a school teacher, has stopped teaching since her daughter's kidnap. This came to the hearing of Apostle Suleman, we gathered, and he asked that the money be given to Leah's mother to support her family while he offers to continue to pray for the quick release of her daughter.
In the same vein, the servant of God who does not get tired of giving also doled out the sum of N2.5m to a group of young men who were recently deported from Libya.
The Libya returnees were full of appreciation to the respected clergy who used the opportunity of the occasion to advise young men and women against traveling to Libya for greener pastures.