Alleged Canadian stripper Miss Stephanie Otobo has provided more evidence to back her claim that she was actually in a steamy romance with Apostle Johnson Suleman the Founder of the Omega Fire Ministry.
This time, the undeterred accuser of the Apostle in an interview with Worship Media based in Canada, revealed a copy of her statement of account reflecting huge deposits allegedly made by the Auchi-based cleric.
The said transaction with number 057033150722165653000037928190 displayed in the bank statement showed that at different times, the sum of N200, 000, N900, 000 and N1million was transferred to her account.
On July 22, 2015, the statement of account, as seen in the video, reads a transfer of N900, 000.
In the month of September, 14th, 2015 to be precise, there was another transaction of N1 million allegedly from Apostle Suleman.
The recent evidence provided by Miss Otobo is coming six days after she revealed more video chat evidence showing that she indeed had a relationship with the clergyman.
The face-time video chats showed that Miss Otobo had a correspondence with Apostle Suleman on October 19, 2016, at about 5:26 pm, according to the time recorded on the phone.
In the video clip, Miss Otobo said she’s not afraid of Apostle Suleman whom she described as an ‘agbero’, while also thumbing down loved up photos of the pastor and his wife and the new musical video released asking why they are all coming up now.
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