Stephanie Otobo fights on, documents claims against Apostle Johnson Suleman

Canada based singer, Stephanie Otobo, who labelled Apostle Johnson Suleman of Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide a sex-crazed fiend with presence for doggy style and three-somes, has finally submitted a petition against ‘the man of God’.

Here is a copy of the petition to Lagos’ Commissioner of Police:
“The relationship was nurtured by Apostle Suleman who inundated me with cash gifts and pleasure trips all over Europe.
“While in Napoli, Apostle Suleman would preach and do “miracle” in the day time and take the much-needed rest in my bosom at night. Napoli was our love nest for three (3) good days, and after the crusade Apostle Suleman left Napoli, and I also returned to Canada.
“I arrived Nigeria on August 25th, 2015 and the clandestine arrangement was made for the two (2) of us to meet and consequently, I met Apostle Suleman at Definite Destiny Hotel, beside Airport Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos State. It was at the hotel that I was given a concoction to drink by Apostle Suleman who told me that the concoction was for my spiritual fortification. But in less than ten (10) minutes after drinking the concoction, I started vomiting blood and passing out blood. Apostle Suleman then gave me pills to stop the blood though the blood did not stop immediately but the pain subsided, and the pregnancy was gone.
“I could not come to terms with the facts that the man that claimed to love me and promised to marry me, could procure an abortion for me without my consent which could have led to my death.
“Unfortunately, Apostle Suleman did not stop at procuring an abortion for me without my consent but also in a desperate bid to keep the amorous relationship between him and I a secret not known to his teeming followers; Apostle Suleman invented various devices to bully and threaten my life.
“I plead with you, in the course of your investigation, to confirm the exchange of all our text messages from the networks, forensic analysis of all the nude pictures we both sent to ourselves (and whether they are, indeed, photo-shopped or authentic), our international passports to confirm the dates and times of our travels, investigation concerning the hotels we slept together both in and out of Nigeria and bank accounts to confirm the transfers of funds.”



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