Zambian government had given Ebosele, who is based in Lusaka, 48 hours to leave the country.
The country said it decided not to renew the employment permit of the cleric because his conduct had divided the Omega Fire Ministries into two parties.
Reacting to the ultimatum, Suleman accused the Zambian government of always allowing foreigners to start big investments in the country, grow the investment and later deport them so that Zambians can inherit such investments.
In a statement he signed, the controversial clergyman warned that there would be repercussions for such actions.
Suleman noted that such actions by little countries like Zambia would drive away foreign investors from the country.
“If you fight my pastor, you are fighting me. And if you fight me, wait for the results, there will be problems.
“There will be reactions. It’s not the best thing to do. When you do this, you send signals around the world.
”I am saying this because I know they are watching me. There are people you touch and things will just spoil,” he said.