I had sex many times with Apostle Suleiman in Lagos, outside Nigeria – Stephanie Otobo



Canadian stripper, Miss Stephanie Otobo, on Friday said he had sex many times with Apostle Johnson Suleiman, General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries.

Speaking at a press conference in Lagos, Otobo alleged she regularly had sex with the Apostle in Nigeria and outside.

“Most of the times we spent together, we had sex.I refused to have a threesome with him because I’m not a lesbian and I don’t like women touching me.

“He told me he did that with all his past girlfriends, that I was the only one (who refused), that it’s very rude that I can do that to him.

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“We were at New York together, two months after I left Napoli. Then he invited me to Nigeria. We were always having sex,” she said.
“In Nigeria, we stayed at Protea Hotel in Ikeja. there’s another hotel after Airport Hotel, there’s a gas station, there’s a new hotel on your right, that’s where he gave me something to drink. I thought it was juice, he brought it, he said let’s drink together, and then he didn’t want to drink, he wanted to eat,”the Canada -based musician alleged.

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“The night he gave me 8,000 Euros, he was trying to show me that this was real and it would never end, I think he was trying to capture me both physically, spiritually, and mentally. Giving somebody so much money, you’re trying to capture them so that without you, they cannot live, because you wanna make yourself their god, that’s what he was trying to do”,said Otobo.

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Recently, Otobo released a screenshot of video chats she claimed she had with the General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries.Apostle Suliman has since faulted it, saying it was photoshopped.

His wife, Dr. Lizzy Suleiman has also said her husband was not involved in any relationship with Otobo. The clergy has since sued Otobo and her lawyer and demanded N1 billion compensation .

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