Controversial preacher, Apostle Johnson Suleman has denied fueling any religious war as being speculated in some section of the media.
The man of God who is set to appear before the Department of State Security (DSS) in Abuja tomorrow over an alleged inciting statement said he was misquoted and misunderstood.
Speaking with AIT on Sunday night, he said he was referring to his security men after receiving information that some Fulani herdsmen would attack him.
“I was misquoted. I was referring to my security team. I’m not a religious bigot, what I said was that the senseless killings must stop. Muslim and Christian leaders must come together to end the killings”.
He added that he does not belong to any political party and refused to be drag into any partisan issue.
“I do not belong to any party, I do not speak for any party and I refuse to be drag into politics,” he said.