Founder of the Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman has made good his promise to sue those involved in his alleged adultery saga after officially slamming Stephanie Otobo and an online news platform, Sahara Reporters with a fresh law suit for defamation of character.
The father of three girls has reportedly employed the services of four lawyers- all SAN’s in the persons of Chief Efe Akpofure, Erhabour O.I, Victor idiapho and Emmanuel Usoh to ensure justice is done.
The suit with the number ID/ADR/347/2017 has been filed at Ikeja Lagos High Court with Apostle Suleman asking Miss Otobo and Sahara Reporters to cough out N1billion each for damages done to his reputation.
This development is coming four days after Miss Otobo’s mother visited the Omega Fire Ministries headquarters in Edo state to publicly ask for forgiveness from Apostle Suleman over her daughter’s accusations.
Popularly called Mama Tope, the elderly woman who came to the church in company of Stephanie’s elder sister revealed that she cannot watch her daughter drag the name of a pastor in the mud because the consequences are grave.
Reports say the woman and her daughter were well received even as Apostle Suleman said he and his wife have forgiven Miss Otobo but told her that the law must take its course.
Miss Otolo had alleged that she had an amorous affair with the Apostle, in which she got pregnant, and that he promised to marry her, but later dumped her.