Apostle Johnson Suleman, the general overseer of the Omega Fire Ministries International, has finally responded to the alleged sex scandal involving him and some actresses.


In the past years, Suleman has been enmeshed in the labyrinth of “sex scandals”.

A fresh allegation emerged last Saturday after a blog claimed the cleric had an affair with a host of Nollywood’s finest actresses including Georgina Onuoha, Queen Nwokoye, Shan George, and Vivian Metchie.

Others, according to the blog, include Lilian Bach, Iyabo Ojo, Ruth Kadiri, Mercy Johnson, Chinyere Winifred, Larriet Omo Brish, Ini Edo, Joy Ogbunu, Angela Okorie, and Mary Uranta.


George and Halima Abubakar were earlier in a war of words over the alleged affair involving Suleman.

Queen Nwokoye, another actress, also addressed the claim that she had an affair with the clergyman.

Responding to what he described as an unrealistic litany of names curated to bring him down, Suleman said some of the personalities with whom he was alleged to have had an affair only came to his church as worshippers.


“I heard they are dragging me on social media that ‘the man is diabolic,” the clergyman said during a sermon.

“The people they say I know them. Some of them are people who have come to my church. I should deny my children because you are writing something? I am the one that will disappear that blog.

“You attack politicians, you attack celebrities, you don enter my trap. One man see the list. I was just laughing and trust me some Nigerians went to those people’s pages to insult them.

“If you get liver, show your face. You can’t be hiding. You no get mind. Look at me now I insulting you now.


“I show my face If you get liver show your face and drop your address. If you want to fight me make sure you have oxygen. Nobody will bring me down, I won’t let you. I am on an assignment. Only God can stop me.”

Suleman was embroiled in a sex scandal involving Stephanie Otobo, the Canada-based singer, in 2017.

Otobo alleged that he got her pregnant and then gave her a concoction to drink to terminate the pregnancy.

But the cleric denied her allegations and took legal action against her. Otobo was later arrested and charged in court.


She subsequently retracted the allegations against Suleman, adding that she was “heavily paid” by powerful politicians and some pastors to blackmail him.

But in a dramatic twist in May, Otobo shared what she claimed was “evidence” against the cleric.

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