Actor Leo Mezie has said Johnson Suleman will not be destroyed by Stephanie Otobo, a lady accusing him of having an affair with her.
Otobo has in the past few days made allegations of sexual perversion and infidelity against the pastor.
She also accused him of giving her a concoction which aborted her pregnancy and of reneging on his promise to marry her.
Suleman has denied all her claims.
Reacting on Monday, Mezie, who benefitted N8 million from Suleman in 2016, said the pastor can never do the things he’s being accused of.
Suleman had supported Mezie with funds for a kidney transplant when the actor required N10m for the procedure.
The actor, in defence of the cleric, said, “I have been reading different stories from different medium on apostle Sulaiman and one Stephenie Otobo and the different comments. Some people were even saying why will apostle send money to someone he has never met.
“My heart bleeds because apostle Sulaiman never met me before he helped me. I have never heard of him or met him before and immediately he heard my story he verified it and contacted me.”
“This is a man I have never seen or heard of and he sent me 8million to settle my medical bills in UK. He was also constantly checking on me and even sent members of his church in UK to always check up on me, Pastor Ejiro and Pastor Daniella Williams to mention but a few.
“Immediately I returned, I went to see him to thank him. So saying why must he send money to someone he hasn’t seen doesn’t make sense. Note, The apostle Sulaiman I know and I’ve met several times doesn’t travel alone he goes with a large entourage any where he goes in the word.
“Secondly, Apostle Sulaiman is so proud of his family and his wife in particular is a sermon in his mouth, thirdly, apostle Sulaiman maybe friendly and extremely jovial but will never ever take indecent pictures of himself or with anybody as this Stephenie Otobo is claiming.
“Fourthly, his generosity and act of giving will not kill him or put him in trouble not one million Stephenie otobos will stop him because it is his call to service,” Mezie wrote on Instagram.
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