The G.O of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman has been dragged into another mess with Nigerian-Canadian singer, Stephanie Otobo.

Social media users woke up this morning on Twitter to find what Otobo allegedly posted claiming it is Suleman’s member he sent to her.

Otobo accused Suleman of trying to cover up the alleged s#xual activities they had together.

Sharing private pictures of an alleged video call with the ‘man of God’, Otobo accused Apostle Suleman of trying to shut her up with operatives of the Nigerian Police.

She wrote on Twitter: “If these screenshots were fake, how did i get his pics that aren’t public pics at the first place and how come I’m the first to release this kind of pics of him? He has changed his hairstyle twice since i came out to speak up with receipts. He has done alot to appear different.

“If the d*ck pic isn’t his, what is he gonna say about the scar oh his left thigh? His wife can’t deny that scar. How did i know he has a scar on his left thigh if we we didn’t have intimacy?Lol. If he’s denying, he should open up his thigh let’s see. His nails too says it all.

“Some people kept on wondering why I came out exposing Apostle Johnson Suleman, and why i haven’t let go ever since. 

“The truth is that, I never planned to. He pushed me to the wall and the only way i could fight back was to cry out and made everything known. The devil smile.

“Apostle Johnson Suleman tried using police to shut me up because I visited Nigeria to do feature Timaya in a song. I already paid Clarence Peters for the visuals of the song before oga arrested me, cos i refused to obey him to go back to Canada. He wanted me to amount to nothing.”

On his part, Suleman released a prophetic declaration in a post on Twitter on Monday morning.

Apostle Suleman wrote: “This week is blessed for you. This week shall be a testimony to you

May angels be given charge to Favour you.

May you be lifted in Jesus name!”

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