General overseer of Omega Fire Ministries Apostle Johnson Suleman on Monday reacted following fresh allegations made against him by Canada-based Nigerian singer Stephanie Otobo.
The musician published screenshots of a video call she allegedly had with Suleman and also posted explicit content, claiming it was his genital.
Otobo alleged in 2017 that she had sexual relationship with the clergyman, an allegation he denied.
Her fresh attacks put Suleman on Nigeria’s trend list.
However, Suleman insisted he would only comment on his earlier tweets about the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).
“I tweeted ‘End ASUU strike’ yesterday Sunday and today Monday I am trending on twitter.. una well done!
“Same strategy all the time..You guys should had done this at least a week later to avoid traces..END ASUU STRIKE!” He said.
Otobo accused Suleman of poisoning her and also alleged that the cleric tried everything to stop her progress.
“Apostle Johnson Suleman tried using police to shut me up because I visited Nigeria to do feature Timaya in a song. I already paid Clarence Peters for the visuals of the song before oga arrested me, cos I refused to obey him to go back to Canada. He wanted me to amount to nothing.
“He did everything to stop my music career. He was scared that I’ll be influential. He even poisoned me, paid my friends to set me up and bribed some members of my family to assassinate me. Lured me to come to make a false confession at his church in Auchi that I lied against him,” she added.