As the sex scandal rocking General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries (OFM) Worldwide, Apostle Johnson Suleman continues to deepen, the cleric has said that he has forgiven Stephanie Otobo, the Canadian-based singer who alleged that they had an amorous relationship between 2015 and 2016.
Suleman made this known during the church’s service on Sunday where the woman and her eldest came to ask that he forgives her.
Suleman also had a message for Nigerians. “Be careful how you discuss men of God,” he said. “Men of God are not political office holders. You didn’t vote for them…. Whether the man is fake… the man is real, it is not your business…. Leave him to God,” Suleman adds.
Suleman also said that some lawyers are “pushing” Stephanie to release videos but what she doesn’t know is that as she releases the videos, Canadian Immigration is gathering them as evidence so that she can be deported.
In a video released last week, Stephanie’s mother was seen telling a couple of individuals that she wants the issue to “die down” as she is tired of the shame it is bringing to her family. She added that she has not seen Stephanie for about three years
Stephanie, while reacting to the video, claimed that her mother was arrested twice and was pressured to make the statement.