Stephanie Otobo reveals details of amorous relationship with cleric [Video]

Stephanie Otobo has a lot to say about her amorous relationship with Apostle Johnson Suleiman and promises more proof.

Stephanie Otobo says she wasn't forced to retract sex allegations against Apostle Suleman

Speaking in an exclusive interview with Sahara Reporters, the Canada-based Nigerian stripper revealed that her relationship with the man of God began after he asked to confide in her about his wife, Lizzy's failure to satisfy him sexually.

Otobo claimed to have believed everything he said seeing as she looked up to him as a man "close to God"

She said, "That's how it all started, it went on and then he started giving me money, promising to marry me, and he asked me to get pregnant for him.

"After he did, then he is trying to get me out of the way and kill me."

Concerning her father, Rev. Benson Otobo's denial about any introduction held in his home on her behalf, Stephanie denied making any claims that her father had collected anything from the man of God.

She added that she was unaware of the source of those claims, saying that they must have triggered all the terrible things the Reverend said about her.

She, however, refused to say much on the subject adding that she would want to speak with him first, as she would have expected him to do after hearing the false claims.

Stephanie also claimed that she has been in touch with her father and ran to him in Abuja for help in 2015 after Apostle Suleiman gave her a mixture to drink that caused her to bleed heavily.

"Well, he nurtured me back to life when I was thinking I was dying when Apostle Suleiman gave me something to drink and I was bleeding.

"I ran to him in Abuja, that was in December 2015. I don't understand, I don't know he got... I don't know what really triggered all of this I have never spoken to him. I don't want to throw any light on that because I don't want to say anything I can't take back."

Stephanie went on to add that she has more proofs to verify that the screenshot photos released on the internet were not photoshopped, along with bank details for transactions between Apostle Suleiman and herself.

In a press release, Festus Keyamo's law firm who is representing the embattled stripper, there are no graphic proofs of the cleric's relationship with Stephanie but that there are other “unfortunate victims” of his who have come forward to tell their story, with proofs.

As earlier reported, Stephanie accused the General Overseer of the Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide, of impregnating and abandoning her.

Otobo was remanded in Kirikiri prisons on a charge of blackmail and terrorism and has remained in prison custody since then for failure to perfect her bail conditions.

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