The conspiracy against Apostle Suleman is being exposed – Stephanie apologises

The conspiracy against Apostle Suleman is being exposed – Stephanie apologises

Fresh revelations have emerged that the General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide, Apostle Johnson Suleman was a victim of a evil conspiracy because he spoke for the church of God in Nigeria.

The founder of Omega Fire Ministries fearlessly spoke against the killing of Christians in Nigeria recently.

Recently the media was flooded by allegations from Stephanie Otobo that she had sexual relations with the man of God.

At a meeting with his international partners yesterday in Sunninghill, Johannesburg, the fiery preacher revealed that Stephanie Otobo has called to apologize to him.

The dynamic apostle has asked Stephanie to make the apology public and reveal the name of her collaborators.

Apostle Suleman reveals that the conspiracy was to attack his character because he is standing as a voice for the church in Nigeria.

“They did twelve videos (to assassinate my character). I have not heard them do that to anybody in the world”.

Ironically, the conspiracy has made Apostle Suleman more popular and the church has grown much more amidst the controversy. He said: “They did twelve videos against me and made me more popular twelve times”.

Another shocking angle to the revelation is that pastors are among the collaborators.

A popular Nigerian pastor whose church building collapsed some years ago is among them. “One of them, when his building collapsed, I stood by him. He was the one that paid the highest money for them to fight me”.

Apostle Suleman warns that it is a dangerous venture to attack servants of God.

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