Alleged estranged mistress of Apostle Johnson Suleman of Omega Fire Ministries, Stephanie Otobo has declared that having seen the pastor’s nakedness, her God which is greater than that of the clergyman would put him shame.
Recall that Ms Otobo had accused the Edo-born preacher of impregnating and abandoning her.
Following her initial allegation against the preacher, the Canadian-based singer went ahead to release more intimidating details about her alleged romance with Suleman.
Just last Sunday, mother of the Canadaian-based stripper, Tope Otobo, was at the OFM headquarters in Auchi, Edo State where she begged the pastor on behalf of her daughter.
But in a new video she released, Ms Otobo accused Suleman of desperately trying to hide his evil deeds by conspiring with her mother to carry out such action.
Stressing that she has no physical power, the Canadian-based singer warned that shame and destruction will come on the clergyman in all he does.
She said, “I want to say thank you to all those who have being supporting me and for those not supporting me, I hope one day you will see the truth.
“This is not just my fight but it is for those that have been abused but could not come out to say the truth or stand for the truth. If I was the daughter of a prominent person, will you go to my mother, call Canada for information, would you go to my father, would you do these things?
“If my parents had powers to fight you, would you still be doing these or you will just end this in the closed door. Apostle Suleman is really getting too desperate. I have seen your pictures with your wife that is what I hope God for in all marriages and I know she would be thanking God for making this happen.
“Are you trying to hide something here, are you trying to hide the fact that you are not who you have been showing people that you are by playing with your wife, making people think you are so much in love with her.
“Where were you last year, two years ago with your wife? Anyway, I know my God is stronger than you and he has more connection than you. No matter what I’m still standing, I don’t care the agreement you had with my mother or my family that made them bought whatever you are saying to them.
“On that Sunday, you sent private cars to pick up my mother from Delta State to Auchi which is like five to six hours away. You are so desperate to get something; you want to be God that you are not. God is in heaven and he can never allow anyone takes his place and this is why I’m still standing.
“Physically I have no power to fight, it’s just God that is fighting for me and this God will fight you to the last and the truth will come out.
“No matter what you do with my family or calling people in Canada, the truth will come out, I will not bow. You are just an ordinary man that I have seen your nakedness, you are like an Agbero, a vulture, so skinny like a rat.
“I’m not scared of you, you can make anyone bow to you but I’m standing for the truth, I have seen your nakedness on and on and I’m not shaken.
“I’m placing a curse on you for doing that to my mother; you went too far to take my mother from her home to Auchi your church and made her kneel before you. For this you have done shame and destruction will come upon you.
“I can’t be scared of you because I have seen your nakedness, you have used your tongue on my body, given church money to me instead I will curse you that God of truth will send his fire to destroy you.”
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The Senate has confirmed Justice Muhammad Tanko as the Chief Justice of Nigeria.
He was confirmed at plenary on Wednesday.
The Senate had earlier gone into a closed-door session over his confirmation.
The upper legislative chamber went into the session after Abdullahi Abubakar, senate leader, moved a motion for the confirmation of Muhammad.
On Tuesday, Senate President Ahmad Lawan had asked that copies of Muhammad’s curriculum vitae (CVs) be shared among the senators.
Muhammad has been occupying the office of CJN in an acting capacity since January.
He took over the office after President Muhammadu Buhari suspended Walter Onnoghen for alleged misconduct.
Please Beg Rafiu Not To Leave Me, He Should Forgive Me — Woman Who Attacks Hubby With Broken Bottles Prays Court
An Ibadan-based trader, Bushira Salawudeen, has prayed a Mapo Customary Court to plead with her husband, Rafiu, to forgive her and stop the divorce proceedings.
Salawudeen, in her short statement before Alhaji Suleiman Apanpa, the President of the court, admitted that she threatens to attacks her husband with broken bottles during arguments to silence him.
“I can’t tell you what usually comes over me. I just know that I do attack Rafiu with broken bottles.
“Please, help me beg him, I will not repeat it again,” she begged the court.
News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Rafiu had told the court to put an end to the 23-year-old union between him and his wife on grounds of threat to life, lack of love and nagging attitude.
“For over three years now, she has threatened my life. She breaks bottles and threatens to stab me with it.
“I can’t allow her into my house again,” he told the court.
Corroborating the plaintiff’s submission, Rafiu’s sister prayed the court to dissolve the union without any further waste of time.
“My lord, I have spoken to her to drop her arrogance and act of hooliganism, but her heart is made of stone.
Delivering his ruling, Justice Apanpa noted that the court does not tolerate any act that could bring about bloodshed.
Apanpa dissolved the marriage and awarded custody of two children to Rafi’u and the one to Salawudeen.
“Rafiu shall pay N5,000 as the child’s monthly feeding allowance in addition to being responsible for his education and welfare.
“Rafiul shall also pay N5,000 to Bushira to enable her to move her property,” the arbitrator ordered.
Hit-And-Run Driver Kills NAN Director Two Months After Predecessor’s Death
A hit-and-run driver on Sunday killed Christian Okoro, the Head of Technical Services of the News Agency of Nigeria.
Okoro, 50, was killed around Sharp Corner area of Mararaba along the Keffi-Abuja Road while trying to cross the road to pick his car.
His death is coming barely two months after his predecessor, Mathias Ajudua, died on May 10.
An eyewitness account indicated that Okoro had gone to watch the Nigeria/Algeria AFCON semifinal encounter at a football viewing center and was on his way home after the match when the speeding vehicle knocked him down and zoomed off.
He was said to have earlier gone for his community meeting and was heading home when he decided to join some friends to watch the crucial match.
“The car was speeding, so when it hit Okoro, the impact was very heavy on him. He died instantly,” the witness told NAN.
Meanwhile, Okoro’s corpse has been deposited at the National Hospital, Abuja mortuary, while a condolence register has been opened at the NAN headquarters in Abuja.
A senior Police Officer, who confirmed the incident, described it as “saddening and unfortunate”.
“The matter has been reported to us and is being investigated,” the officer told NAN, craving anonymity.
Born on June 20, 1969 in Enugu-Ezike, Igbo Eze North Local Government in Enugu State, Okoro attended St. Theresa College, Nsukka, Enugu State before heading to the Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu, where he bagged a Bsc in Electrical/Electronics.
He was a member of the Nigeria Society of Engineers and the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria.
He joined the services of NAN on January 8, 2004, and steadily rose to become an Assistant Director, Technical Services.
He is survived by his widow, Cordelia, and four children.
The Acting Managing Director of NAN, Malam Ibrahim Mammaga, who led the management and staff of NAN to pay a condolence visit to his family, described Okoro’s death as “a huge loss” to the NAN family.
“The death of Okoro has robbed NAN of dedicated staff. Okoro was a huge asset to the agency. He has left a vacuum that will be difficult to fill,” Mammaga said.
He prayed God to grant the family the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.
Alhaji Abdulhadi Khaliel, Head, Administration and Human Resources Management, who also reacted to Okoro’s death, described it as “devastating and painful”.
“Okoro was a peace-loving officer, who was committed to duty and always ready to learn,” Khaliel said.
Julius Enehikhuere, a Deputy Editor-in-Chief, described Okoro as “a jolly good fellow and a committed staff who was always there for the editorial department”.
“We shall miss his team spirit and deep commitment to duty. His sudden exit is shocking to all of us. We pray God to comfort the family,” Enehikhuere said.
The agency’s Assistant Director A/HRM, Moses Uzoagba, also described Okoro’s death as “a personal loss to me”.
“Okoro, apart from being a colleague, was my personal friend. We have been together for years and I will greatly miss him,” Uzoagba said.
Another staff, Livinus Ugochukwu, said Okoro was a personal friend whose death had hit him like a thunderbolt.
“The news shocked me to my marrows; I am particularly sad because his children are still very young,” Ugochukwu said.
Kemi Olumorin, who worked with Okoro in the office, described him as “a transparent boss that was always ready to listen to his subordinates”.
“He was approachable; he had a listening ear and was a good boss. He was a very considerate leader and could feel your pains,” Olumorin said.
Okoro is the second Director of ICT to have died within the last two months.
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