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Sex Scandal: Apostle Suleiman forced me to implicate government, politicians – Stephanie Otobo

There appears to be a new twist to the never-ending alleged sex scandal involving singer Stephanie Otobo and Suleman Johnson (popularly known as Apostle Suleman) of the Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide.

This time, a pre-recorded video published by Sahara Reporters on Tuesday, sees Ms. Otobo, foretelling her confession.
The almost nine-minute video was recorded on June 21, 2017, by Canada-based Worship Media.
In the video, Ms. Otobo said she was being pressured by Mr. Suleman to say the government was putting her up to make the allegations against him.

“He is telling me to come and make a video to lie that it’s the government of Nigeria that is putting me up to this,” she said in the video. “I don’t know when you’ll be watching this but I’m just doing this video for the future. Today’s date is the 21st of June, 2017,” she said in the video.

Introducing Miss Otobo in the video were two people Chidi, and Erica. They said they met Miss Otobo last year after the sex scandal broke between her and Apostle Suleiman had left her broken and she sought spiritual and moral support from them, which they offered.

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