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Apostle Suleiman Denies Promising To Marry Canadian Lover, Says She is A Serial Blackmailer



Founder of Omega Fire Ministries Apostle Johnson Suleman has denied any involvement in the arrest and detention of Canadian singer Stephanie Otobo by the police on Friday. 
Suleman denied having a relationship with the singer.

A statement signed by Phrank Shaibu, the communications manager to the controversial prophet said, Suleman never promised to marry Stephanie at any point in time.
Shaibu said Stephanie was arrested by operatives acting on a tip off that she had repeatedly tried to blackmail the fiery preacher by demanding N500 million from him. 
It was also gathered that the singer threatened to expose a purported relationship between her and the preacher.
But in his reaction, Shaibu said, a letter by Stephanie's lawyer Festus Keyamo is misleading.
"Unknown to Keyamo, the police was alerted following several attempts by the said lady to blackmail Apostle Suleiman.
The police also recorded her conversations making the frivolous demand. The high-point of the drama was her attempt to withdraw money paid into her account at the instance of the police. The lawyer should know that his client was arrested by the police with abundance of evidence confirming that she is indeed a serial blackmailer," Shaibu said.
He said it was however, pertinent to note that such a transaction could not have taken place without any iota of evidence. 
He said Stephanie is a self-confessed striptease at a popular night club in Canada who came to Apostle Suleman to seek for help like many people.
Shaibu said the singer had pretentiously called to embrace Christ and confessed to needing financial assistance.
"Does Keyamo or his serial blackmailing client have pictures of the visit by Apostle Suleiman or his representatives to her parents? In any case, how could such a relationship have existed when Apostle and the said lady have never met physically?
How could he have made a promise of a house and a lifestyle comparable to what she has in Canada when he has never been to her house or seen her physically as to have an idea of her living standards?" Shaibu asked.
He also said that Keyamo must have been misled or excited by the prospects of getting a whopping N500 million from the matter.
He said he beleives that why both letters were written and sent to Apostle Suleiman.
"If Keyamo was not misled or excited by the prospects of a jackpot of N500 million and or an opportunity to save his already dwindling career in law practice from total caput by latching on the popularity of Apostle Suleman vide this tendentiously devilish plot and skewed romantic fantasy, then we may as well demand an evaluation of his mental state along with his client who was obviously on the verge of delusion before she was arrested.
It's either one of the options stated above or he is trying to engage in a proxy war on behalf of some unknown agents who had become irritated by Apostle's stand on national issues. His inference to the latter incident in Keyamo's letter to the Inspector General of Police (IGP) confirms this benign thought," he said.
He further urged the lawyer to drop such attack and focus instead on defending his client in court adding that all attempts to impugn the integrity of Apostle Suleman or the Omega Fire Ministries would fall like a pack of cards.
"We are not surprised that this serial blackmailer decided to join forces with a serial divorcee, who has had five children from four failed marriages to make this phantom claim. But we dare to ask; Is a serial blackmailer and or a serial divorcee capable of understanding the sanctity of the institution called marriage?
The nature of their mental torpidity is understandable and we invite more recondite and decent persons to read in between the lines and separate the wheat from the chaff, he said.
"In this well coordinated plot to pull down Apostle Suleman at all costs, the lines of Reuben Abati will suffice ; "lies have become standard stuff, mischief a major commodity, and indecency a character flaw. "
If Keyamo and his Canada-returnee client think they can capitalize on the famed generosity of Apostle Suleman to extort N500 million through this plot, they sure have missed it as shall have our day in court," Shaibu added.

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