Pastor Davids threatens to expose Apostle Suleman over Stephanie Otobo sex scandal
Mike Davids, former Omega Fire Ministries pastor, has threatened to disclose more information on the alleged infidelity scandal involving the church’s founder, Apostle Johnson Suleman and Stephanie Otobo in 2017.
Otobo, a Nigerian based in Canada, accused Suleman of having a sexual relationship with her, an allegation the clergyman denied.
However, Davids threatened to reveal his role in getting Otobo to apologise to Suleman’s family in Auchi, Edo State.
Davids stated this while countering Apostle Suleman’s claim that he doctored a recent conversation between them.
Davids has been having a running battle with Apostle Suleman over the allegation that the clergyman slept with his wife.
While trying to back his claim of infidelity, Davids had released an audio of the OFM founder threatening to make him disappear.
But, Apostle Suleman, however, claimed that the audio was doctored.
Responding, Davids who took to his Instagram page said: “We all know the part I played in the Stephanie Otobo saga. You knew how we got Stephanie to come to the altar and apologise to Mama.
“I’m coming to that issue because you are pushing me really hard. Because I’m sure that the world and Nigerians will be interested to know how Stephanie eventually came to Auchi to make that confession the day she actually did.”
He also gave Suleman 48 hours ultimatum to order the unfreezing of his accounts or face the consequences.
“Thirdly, you are supposed to be a man of God… and I don’t know why they will have my accounts freezed so that I will have no access to funds. I want everyone around the world to be aware of what is going on,” Davids said.
“Presently, as I speak to you my account has been frozen. You have 48 hours to instruct those who are behind the blocking of my bank account to undo whatever they have done. If they don’t, you won’t like what is going to follow. Don’t say I didn’t give you this warning