Omega Fire Ministries (OFM) Worldwide has asked its members and Christians worldwide, to stop making comments, especially on social media on the ongoing scandal rocking the General Overseer of the church, Apostle Johnson Suleman.
One Stephanie Otobo, a Canadian-based singer had accused the pastor of impregnating her, adding that he breached his promise to marry her.
At a press conference last Friday, she alleged that she’s not the only lady sexually involved with the cleric. She also mentioned Nollywood actress, Daniella Okeke as one of his alleged mistresses.
An investigation carried out by Sahara Reporters also claimed that an SUV which Daniella claimed belonged to her, was registered under Apostle Suleman’s name in Lagos.
Another lady, Queen Esther who claimed to be a former usher in Suleman’s church came out on Sunday to say that they were in a sexual relationship between August 2013 and April 2014, adding that the relationship ended because Suleman’s wife got to know of it.
According to Premium Times, this was disclosed in a statement signed by Phrank Shaibu the church’s Communications Director.
“It has become imperative that we advise all Omega Children and Christians Worldwide to put an end to the ongoing media war that we have engaged in.
Every wise person would know that this is not a battle of humans but one between the Kingdom of God and that of darkness.
Therefore, nobody is permitted further to issue a statement or comment on the matter. All Facebook Live Videos on the issue should also stop forthwith. It is advised that we spend our time concentrating on more relevant issues that bothers on the Kingdom.
We are well aware where all these are coming from and we will deal with it spiritually”.