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How Alleged Relationship With Apostle Suleman Started – Stephanie Otobo [VIDEO]


Controversial Canadian singer, Stephanie Otobo has revealed how her alleged relationship with Apostle Johnson Suleman of the Omoge Fire Ministries started.

Otobo disclosed this in an exclusive interview with Saharareporters on Tuesday.

According to Otobo, the drama started when she texted the cleric for marriage counselling, but he eventually turned the who thing around.

She claimed that the cleric said God sent him to her, adding that he said ge and his wife are not together and he can not announce the break up until he finds someone else.

Otobo said she believed what Apostle Suleman said because she felt he is a man of God.

She noted that a relationship started from there, but she had to break up with him because the cleric did not talk about marriage with her.

Otobo further stated that the cleric invited her to a hotel in Lagos and she was poisoned on that day.

The controversial singer said Apostle Suleman asked someone to bring a drink from his car claiming that it is his favourite drink.

She said she was not suspicious of the drink as she was passing out blood the whole time.

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Otobo added that she sent a worker of the hotel to get her medication because of how she was feeling.

She claimed that she reported Apostle Suleman to a pastor in Warri, whose church is called Free Indeed, but she did not know that they were working together.

The singer stated that the cleric whose name was not mentioned recorded her and gave the recording to Apostle Suleman.

Otobo noted that she told her friend when she travelled to Canada, but her friend changed after Apostle Suleman allegedly paid her off.

She said that was when she started screenshotting their video calls so has to have evidence against the cleric.

Otobo stated that she started saving his sensitive pictures when he sends them to her.

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