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Stephanie Otobo releases her account statement to confirm she received money from Apostle Suleiman

The controversy involving the General Overseer of the Omega Fire Ministries (OFM) Worldwide, ‘Apostle Johnson Suleiman’ and Canada-based Nigerian lady, ‘Stephanie Otobo’ appears to be far from over as the latter recently shared her bank account statement detailing the transfers she received from Apostle Suleiman.

Stephanie who was interviewed on ‘Worship Media’ revealed that the cleric had transferred the sums of N900,000, N1million and N200,000 to her account on three occasions. According to Otobo, the cleric sometimes made these transfers himself or used somebody else's account.

Stephanie Otobo also revealed that she had met the cleric through a friend who got married in 2015, adding that her friend had given her Apostle Suleiman's contact.

Stephanie stated that the cleric had requested for her BBM pin after she had contacted him when she came into the country in 2015, adding that he took a liking to her immediately and began asking for her photos before asking her to be his girlfriend.

Last month, Stephanie Otobo's mother visited the Omega Fire Ministries to apologize to Apostle Suleiman and ask for his forgiveness for her daughter's action. Stephanie in reaction to this stated that her mother had been arrested twice and was under duress which prompted her to make such a statement. [Read here if you missed it]


Watch Video of Stephanie Otobo's Interview with Worship Media:

Part One


Part Two


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