Pastor Mike Davids, who accused Apostle Johnson Suleman of sleeping with his wife, has said he will one day expose how the cleric got singer Stephanie Otoobo to apologise to him and the church over their alleged sex scandal.
If you recall in 2017, Canada-based singer Stephanie Otobo accused Apostle Suleman of impregnating her and breaching a promise to marry her.
The accusation dragged on with Festus Keyamo standing as Stephanie’s lawyer.
However, months later, Stephanie made a U-turn and confessed at the Omega Fire Ministries that she was paid by “strong” politicians and pastors to accuse Suleman.
“They paid me a lot of money,” she said, crying in the video posted to the church’s Facebook account.
Well, Davids who recently accused Suleman of sleeping with his wife, Faith Edeko, who currently heads an Abuja branch of the church, has said in a new video that he and Apostle Suleman both know how they got Otobo to come to the church in Auchi, and apologise over the scandal and how they persuaded her mother too.
“I left the church (Omega Fire Ministries) of my freewill. You were never the one who sent me out of that ministry. I was tired of your ungodliness as a leader. And that was the major reason I left that ministry. So, forget those manipulations and cheap lies.
“We all know the part I played in the Stephanie Otobo saga. You know as much as I do. How much involved I was in bringing that saga to a halt. I don’t even need to mention names. You knew how we got Stephanie Otobo to come to the altar and apologise to mama (Suleman’s wife) and brought Stephanie Otobo’s mother to Auchi.
“I am coming to that issue because you are pushing me to that extent, Apostle Johnson Suleman as much as I knew what happened. Thirdly, I am also aware that my account has been frozen. You have also released policemen to get me arrested.
“You have 48 hours to ask those who are blocking my account to unblock it. You will not like what is going to follow.”