Stephanie Otobo, the Canada-based singer who claims to have been romantically involved with Apostle Johnson Suleman, has released a gospel song.


Otobo had also claimed that the general overseer of Omega Fire Ministries got her pregnant and subsequently gave her a concoction to drink to terminate the pregnancy.

The cleric denied her allegations, and afterwards, the police arrested her for blackmail.

Subsequently, she was charged to court.


Otobo and her alleged co-conspirator Wisdom Godstime were charged with three counts of conspiracy, blackmail and threat to life.

Otobo’s blackmail case was adjourned to Friday, April 27 for the commencement of trial.

She responded with a legal action of her own. Otobo is seeking $5m in damages from Suleman in a suit which was filed in Canada.


On the new track entitled ‘I Depend on You’, Otobo sings about relying on God even in the face of persecution, trials and oppression.

She sings: “I depend on you, through the pain and the trial, you are the mighty God. God you know I depend on you. Oppression, persecution trying to bring you down.

“Everything in your life, running out of control. Friends and family they all abandon you. Be strong. Be still and know there’s God.


“It doesn’t matter the weight of your sin, it doesn’t matter the size of your problem. Just know that there is God who forgives and restores.”

The singer travelled to Canada few weeks ago. It is unknown if she has returned to Nigeria for the commencement of the trial.

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