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Allegations Against Apostle Suleiman: Police Officer’s Facebook Account Was Hacked

Allegations Against Apostle Suleiman: Police Officer’s Facebook Account Was Hacked

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The controversial post which was purportedly made on Facebook by a police officer, Seyi Peter Alfred, against Apostle Johnson Suleiman has been discovered to be the work of hackers.

Naijanewshub.com.ng gathered that a friend of the police officer who goes by the name Ojajuni Oluwasomidotun has come out to declare that the Alfred’s Facebook account had been hacked before the incident.

It would be recalled that a slanderous post on the police officer’s Facebook account which accused the clergyman of using the mobile policemen attached to him for rituals went viral on Saturday, leading to Apostle Suleiman asking the policeman to come forward with proof.

Ojajuni said it was a shame that hackers used his friend’s account for such a terrible thing which was capable of putting the embattled police officer under undue pressure and scrutiny.

He asked that the post be disregarded in its entirety by well-meaning Nigerians.

“We are in the process of trying to recover the hacked account from the  seeing that post but s clarified that the purported post was not from the police officer since his Facebook account had already been hijacked by hackers before the said incident.

As a result of this, he urged Nigerians both home and abroad to disregard the said post as efforts are ongoing to recover the Facebook account from the hackers.

Ojajuni Oluwasomidotun in the post wrote:”Hello peeps, please kindly disregard whatever communication you may get from this account -Sheyi Alfred Peters –  I have just spoken to the owner after seeing some suspicious messages purportedly from him flying around.”From all indications, the account has been compromised. Kindly inform relevant quarters whenever you receive such a message or you ignore it. Thank you”

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