Apostle Suleman finally Breaks Silence On IGP Probe
The founder and General overseer of Omega Fire ministries International, Apostle Professor Johnson Suleman has reacted to the alleged probe order by Mohammed Adamu, the Inspector-General of Police over the sex scandal with the wife of a former Pastor of his Church, identified as Pastor Faith Edeko.
Many social media earlier reported that Inspector General of Police, Adamu ordered a probe into the allegation after a former Pastor of Sulaiman’s church identified as Mike Davis alleged that the clergyman was sleeping with his wife, Edeko.
The probe was a sequel to a petition written by Pastor Mike Davids solicitors, V.C Ezenagu & Associates.
But Apostle Suleman had in a tweet on Monday, refuted the probe by the Inspector General of Police.
He tweeted: “IGP orders probe on me? Where, when? Maybe my ghost. Just reading stories now. Please discard. There is no such thing. Bad press really sells fast.”
The aggrieved Pastor alleged in a series of video on Instagram that Apostle Suleman began sleeping with his wife as far back as 2019.
Davis said he worked as a subordinate to Suleman for 15 years, before resigning in 2019 after the relationship with his wife was destroyed.
Davis claimed that the Apostle Suleman denied him access to the three children that he shares with his estranged wife Pastor Edeko. He also said that Apostle Suleman had hypnotized his wife.