Video: ‘My name is Nathaniel Samuel not Mohammed, i am supposed to be a pastor of living faith church’- Failed suicide bomber insist. Watch full video of his confession

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Nathaniel Samuel, the 30-year-man captured on Sunday February 1st with explosives at the Sabon Tasha part of Living Faith Church otherwise known as Winners Chapel owned by well known Pastor, Bishop David Oyedepo, says in opposition to hypotheses via web-based networking media, he is surely a Christian and that his name is Nathaniel and not Mohammed Nasiru Sani as being theorized on the web.

The suspect said this while being strutted before newsmen at the Kaduna state police direction on Monday February third.

A contention followed on Twitter on Monday February third as certain Nigerians guarantee the name Nathaniel Samuel, is a pseudo name and no ”Christian would endeavor to bomb a congregation.”

Previous Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode, tweeted that any individual who accepts that the presume’s genuine name is Nathaniel Samuel would need to have their head inspected.

In any case, while being strutted before newsmen, Nathaniel said he was even intended to be a minister in the congregation as he had recently gone to the Leadership and Training Institute of the Living Faith Church Worldwide, Word of Faith Bible Institute.

My name is Nathaniel Samuel. Truth be told I should be a minister at the Living Faith Church since I did the Word of Faith Bible Institute.”

Whenever inquired as to whether by chance his name is Mohammed, the suspect replied

It is extremely unlikely coincidentally that my name is Mohammed. My name is Nathaniel.

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