The doctor, Canadian based Nigerian singer, Stephanie Otobo alleged Apostle Suleiman sent to kill her has debunked reports of ever trying to do such.
Stephanie Otobo alleged in the series of tweets posted on her page whilst reigniting her feud with the controversial clergyman that the Apostle ordered the doctor to kill her after she had gone to him for medical care.
Reacting to the claims, the doctor via a shared video on social media denied the reports.
He disclosed that Stephanie Otobo was counselled before surgery to quit smoking, but she didn’t heed to their advice as she went ahead with her smoking.
He added that due to her neglect, she started hallucinating after the procedure was performed on her, which led her to feel they wanted to kill her, but that isn’t true as the surgery went well.
He said, “Someone drew our attention to an interview Stephanie Otobo had that we were ordered by Apostle Suleiman go kill her. We didn’t respond to it as we didn’t see it as necessary. We were forced to watch the interview and were surprised at the false news she spilt about us. We were tagged with different names from the media.
“She came her for surgery and she had an excellent result. During surgery, we counselled her on things to avoid before surgery but she didn’t abide to it and at such, it led to hallucinations, which could be linked to psychiatric issues”.
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