The cleric secured his freedom about 10:45 pm amidst cheers from members of his congregation, friends, family and some of his pastors.
Suleman was invited by the Department of State Services based on his recent alleged inciting comments that Christians should defend themselves against attacks by Fulani herdsmen.
His Communications Adviser, Phrank Shaibu, confirmed his release in an interview with our correspondent on Monday night, but promised to give the details today.
“Apostle Suleman has been allowed to go. The DSS exhibited high level of maturity, competence and professionalism.”, he stated.
But on his Facebook page, he simply wrote: “Jesus is Lord.”