I was paid to blackmail Apostle Suleiman – Canada-based singer + video

In a video believed to have been recorded in a service in the church, Otobo, who had earlier accused Pastor Suleiman of having had illicit affairs with her, changed her story.

A Nigerian and Canada-based singer, Stephanie Otobo, has confessed as having been paid to blackmail the General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleiman.
In a video believed to have been recorded in a service in the church, Otobo, who had earlier accused Pastor Suleiman of having had illicit affairs with her, changed her story.
With the mouth of several members of the church agape and many shouting disapproval of her plea for forgiveness, the Canada-based singer said some politicians and pastors paid her heavily to blackmail Suleiman.
When Pastor Suleiman’s wife, Dr. Lizzy Suleiman, who conducted the session started speaking about forgiveness, several members of the church showed disapproval, with the cameras catching a male member with his mouth widely agape.
Dr. Suleiman said if she as the main person affected by Otobo’s initial claim could forgive her, there was no reason why others can’t.

 

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