Apostle Johnson Suleman, the founder of Omega Fire Ministry, has dismissed reports that Mohammed Adamu, the inspector-general of police (IGP), ordered his probe for allegedly sleeping with Faith Edeko, his female minister.


The spotlight had beamed on the apostle after Mike Davids, a former cleric at his church, alleged that he slept with Edeko, his wife.

Edeko currently heads the Abuja branch of Omega Fire Ministries in Utako.

In a petition, written by V.C Ezenagu & Associates, his counsel, Davids had also accused Suleman of threatening his life and denying him access to his three children.


Amid the dust generated by the alleged sex scandal, Adamu was said to have directed the probe of the minister.

The IGP’s directive was contained in a letter dated January 5 and addressed to the deputy inspector-general of police, force intelligence bureau in Garki, Abuja.

Reacting to the news in a Twitter post on Monday, Suleman dismissed the said probe, urging the public to disregard such claims.


“IGP orders probe on me. Where, When? Maybe my ghost. Just reading stories now. Please discard. There is no such thing. Bad press really sells fast,” he wrote.


He, however, kept mum on Davids’ allegation against him.

Davids had on Sunday shared three videos on his social media pages wherein he bared lurid details of his allegations against Suleman.

“Apostle Suleman has damaged my life. I have not seen my wife and children for two years and Apostle Suleman says if I ever go near them, he will have me taken out. I have a video where he said he will make me disappear. I don’t want to lose my life,” he had alleged.


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