Update on Alleged Sex Scandal: Apostle Johnson Suleman Sues Stephanie Otobo for N1 Billion

Embattled General Overseer of the Omega Fire Ministry Worldwide, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has reportedly filed a lawsuit against Stephanie Otobo and Sahara Reporters for defaming his character and image.

According to unconfirmed sources, the controversial cleric and father of four, filed a N1 billion suit against Otobo, the 23-year-old woman who claimed she had an affair with him culminating in her pregnancy (read here).

In the suit, reported by Suleman’s media team, is an online media publication, Sahara Reporters, who first reported the alleged sex scandal and has been in the forefront of publishing interviews by the Canada-based stripper who keeps maintaining her stance of being romantically involved with the apostle.

READ ALSO: Apostle Suleman Scandal Update: Stephanie Otobo Writes Petition Against him for ”Illegal Procurement of Abortion, Threat to Life and Attempted Murder”

In the suit #ID/ADR/347/2017 filed at the Ikeja High Court, Lagos, Suleman is also asking for N1 billion from each party for damages done to his reputation and has hired four lawyers, Chief Efe Akpofure (SAN ), Erhabour O.I, Victor Idiapho and Emmanuel Usoh to represent him.

While the drama is yet to die down, the apostle has been having the time of his life as he celebrated his birthday some days ago where he gave out cars, cash and other gift items to members of his church who have continued to stand by him.

 

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