Apostle Johnson Suleman, Senior Pastor of Omega Fire Ministries has responded to claim of sexual affair with Stephanie Otobo.
JUSTNEWSNG had revealed that Stephanie Otobo returned via social media on Monday, years after she uncovered her supposed affair with Apostle Johnson Suleman. Read Also: Lady calls out Apostle Suleman, leaks bedroom photos of their romantic affair
In a Twitter post on Monday, Stephanie accused the pastor for attempting to eliminate her.
She additionally posted screenshorts of video calls and another intimate picture with the pastor and dare him to deny he isn’t the one in the photographs.
She delivered naked photos of their supposed close minutes, threatening to give recordings to validate the cases.
Otobo and Suleman were first in the news in 2017 when the vocalist sued the minister for attack and inappropriate behavior.
One of the screenshot she shared on her Twitter handle showed a man holding his masculinity.
Otobo guaranteed that the individual was Suleman.
Another screenshot showed Otobo uncovering her bosoms while on a supposed video call with Suleman.
“If these screen captures were phony, how could I get his pics that aren’t public pics at the primary spot and why I’m quick to deliver this sort of pics of him? Haha. In the event that he’s denying it, he ought to open up his thigh how about we see. His nails also say everything.”
She additionally claimed that the minister attempted to prevent her from advancing, and nearly took her life.
Responding, Apostle Suleman said he is trending on social media since he required a an end to ASUU Strike.
I tweeted ‘End ASUU strike’ yesterday Sunday and today Monday I am trending on twitter.. una well done!
Same strategy all the time..
You guys should had done this at least a week later to avoid traces..
END ASUU STRIKE!
— Apst Johnson Suleman (@APOSTLESULEMAN) May 9, 2022
“I tweeted ‘End ASUU strike’ yesterday Sunday and today Monday I am trending on Twitter..una well done! Same strategy all the time…
“You folks ought to had done this basically seven days after to avoid trace. END ASUU STRIKE!”