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Apostle Suleman visits Force Hq after Miss Otobo’s $5m lawsuit



Apostle Suleman visits Force Hq after Miss Otobo's $5m lawsuit

Founder of the Omega Fire Ministry, Apostle Johnson Suleman visited the Police Force Headquarters in Abuja on Saturday, where he had a meeting with the Deputy Inspector General of Police, Joshak Habila and Commissioner of Police, Okoye Celestine.

His visit to the Force Headquarters is coming days after his alleged adultery accuser, Miss Stephanie Otobo, slammed the Auchi-based cleric with a $5 million lawsuit lodged at an Ontario court in Canada with case file number CV-17-573595, signed by Registrar of the Ontario Superior Court and addressed to Apostle Suleman’s Ontario residence.

Read also: Defiant Miss Otobo slams Apostle Suleman with $5m lawsuit

Though, details of the meeting were not revealed, close watchers are of the opinion that Apostle Suleman may just be plotting another move to bring Miss Otobo who has now returned to Canada, to her knees for supposedly wrongfully accusing him of adultery.

Miss Otobo days ago dragged Apostle Suleman before a Canadian court, suing for damages resulting from breach of trust, breach of fiduciary relations, breach of contract, negligence, defamation, poisoning, intentional and negligent infliction of emotional stress, forcible confinement, and multiple instances of battery, false imprisonment, fraud, assaults, sexual assaults, sexual harassment and malicious prosecution.

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