Stephanie Otobo, Canada-based the stripper and singer who claimed that the general overseer of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman promised her marriage and impregnated her has released what she called her BBM chats with the cleric who had vehemently denied that he ever had an affair with her.
In the screenshots, released to the public on Saturday, April 8, 2017, the users chatting are named “Apple” and “Queen Elena” appear to be in a sexual relationship, though the train of the conversation is disjointed.
It is also unclear when these conversations took place.
It should be noted that it is easy to create fake screenshots of conversations on any messaging platform and there is nothing in the content of the conversations that reveal the identity of the person chatting.
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Apostle Suleman Stephanie Otobo BBM screenshots
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In March 2017, Stephanie Otobo was arrested on allegations of attempting to extort N500 million from the popular cleric after her lawyer, Festus Keyamo, wrote a letter to the Apostle Suleman demanding the said amount over a failed marriage promise.
She has been charged for ‘blackmail and threat to life’ at a Lagos court and was released on bail.
Omega Fire Ministries and the apostle say that Ms. Otobo is a blackmailer who approached him for help to quit prostitution. The church maintains that their general overseer is being targeted because he spoke openly against the killing of Christians in the country by Fulani herdsmen.
Apostle Suleman has sued her and his lawyer for N1 billion in damages.
Otobo’s two parents, at different times, have come forward to say that she is not being truthful in her claims against Apostle Suleman and her mother even went to his church to ask for forgiveness for her daughter. They both said that they had never met the cleric and there was never a marriage introduction for her as claimed in the media.