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Stephanie Otobo files $5m suit against Apostle Johnson Suleman

 Stephanie Otobo has filed a $5 million lawsuit against the general overseer of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman in a Canadian court.

Otobo according to the court documents obtained by Sahara Reporters, is claiming damages resulting from breach of trust, breach of fiduciary relations, breach of contract, negligence, defamation, and poisoning.

Other claims include intentional and negligent infliction of emotional stress, forcible confinement, false imprisonment, fraud, multiple instances of battery, assaults, sexual assaults, sexual harassment, harassments and malicious prosecution.

In a  letter dated April 19, 2017 was signed by registrar of the Ontario superior court and addressed to Suleman’s residence in Ontario, the suit also seek an order restraining Suleman from making any form of communication with Otobo while in Canada.

Otobo who recently left Nigeria for Canada had alleged that she had an affair with the cleric, claiming that he got her pregnant and subsequently gave her a concoction to drink that terminated the pregnancy.

She also claimed that Apostle Suleman promised to marry and even met with members of her family.

Denying all allegations, the Cleric has taken legal action against her and even had her arrested on March 17, and was charged to court.

Otobo was arraigned before a Tinubu magistrate’s court in Lagos before leaving Nigeria.

Otobo alon side her alleged co-conspirator, Wisdom Godstime were arraigned for intent to steal and blackmail Suleman.

The accused persons were however, charged with three counts of conspiracy, blackmail and threat to life.

But the singer has maintained the claims she made against Suleman insisting they were true and recently shared details of alleged monies transferred to her by the general overseer of Omega Fire Ministries.

Based on Canadian law, Suleman has 40 days to serve and file his statement of defense.


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