Apostle Suleman Johnson, the founder of Omega Fire Ministry, has taken to social media to celebrate Lizzy Johnson, his wife, on their 16th wedding anniversary.
The 49-year-old clergyman took to his verified Twitter page on Friday to eulogise his wife, whom he met 22 years ago, describing her as a gift sent to him from heaven.
He also appreciated God for keeping them together over the years.
“22 years ago, heaven sent me a gift, a friend, and an example of a virtuous woman. 16yrs today we got married. Thank you, lord, for keeping us together. It’s my 16th marriage anniversary,” he wrote in company of a picture of the couple in matching clothes.
“One of the keys to a successful union is having the understanding that you both are work in progress. Perfect people don’t marry, they are called immediately to heaven (Heb 11.5).”
22yyrs ago heaven sent me a gift,a friend and an example of a virtuous woman and 16yrs today we got married…thank you Lord for keeping us together..its my 16th marriage anniversary..to God be the glory.. pic.twitter.com/Ashj0a2IJ6
— Apst Johnson Suleman (@APOSTLESULEMAN) June 4, 2020Advertisement
One of the keys to a successful union is having the understanding that you both are "work in progress"…perfect people dont marry,they are called immediately to heaven.(Heb 11.5).
— Apst Johnson Suleman (@APOSTLESULEMAN) June 5, 2020
Suleman had been embroiled in a heated controversy in March 2017 after Stephanie Otobo, a Canada-based singer, had accused the clergyman of having sexual relations with her.
In a bid to substantiate her claims, she had released screenshots of her purported chat with the cleric and even threatened a N500 million lawsuit against Suleiman through her lawyer, Festus Keyamo.
Otobo would later retract the allegations before Suleiman’s congregation in Auchi, Edo, stating that she was “heavily paid” by powerful Nigerian politicians and some pastors to blackmail the apostle.
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