I slept twice with the apostle Suleman
Nollywood actress Chioma Ifemeludike said she had a romantic relationship with fiery Nigerian cleric Johnson Suleman of the Omega fire departments around the world congregation.
Ms Ifemeludike, who is the mastermind behind the YouTube drama series “Corpers Heaven”, claimed to have slept with Mr Suleman twice and to have been paid for it.
The unpretentious actress shared this in a video on her official Instagram page on Saturday and added that she had no idea religious was important when they were intimate.
She did however claim that her colleague, the actress, Lynda-Clems Bishop, had put her in touch with the controversial pastor.
She said, “Dear @lyndaclems I need to tell the world about this connection you made between @johnson_suleman_official and myself on November 20, 2016 at a hotel in Ikeja, the apostle secretly gave me his number and we had a second meeting at Oriental Hotels Lagos.
“I’m sorry my conscience can’t take it anymore. I encourage you to speak the truth as a mother and a Christian, shame the devil, and save millions of misled souls. To my family and friends, I’m sorry, don’t judge me. Please pray for me that the light of God will continue to expose every work of darkness in my life and the Church of God.
In the video, the actress said she decided to go to public confession because her spirit continued to torment her. She also said it was because she needed to right all the sins she had committed against her body and the body of Christ.
“Hello Nigerians. I have a confession. On November 20, 2016, Linda arranged for me to come to Ikeja and we would meet her sister’s friend and a family friend going to America.
“That’s what she told me. Okay, so it was supposed to be a connection. But it wasn’t really said like that. Well she told me that one of her family friends wanted to meet someone nice and cool. And that he was going to America that same night and that he wasn’t going to waste a lot of time and that he wanted me to meet this person. And I said good ”.
She said the person in question turned out to be the clerk.
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She said every time she saw Mr Suleman’s sermons online or read his escapades on social media, she was tormented. According to her, this is why she had no choice but to go to confession because of her personal salvation to God.
She also said she was making the video because it was reparation for her sins, adding that it was her truth.
She said, “I make this confession because, like any other controversial story about Apostle Suleiman, there is always a victim. Most of the time, these victims are frightened and oppressed ”.
Ms Clems responded to the allegations in a now-deleted Instagram post and also threatened to take legal action against her colleague.
Ms Ifemeludike responded almost immediately and praised Ms Clem’s decision.
” @lyndaclems speaks legal and it’s a good way to stick to an oath of truth before God and man. I have struggled within myself for years and am overwhelmed to have finally come out with the truth and by the special grace of Almighty God, in the days of old, the saint of Israel, more truth will come and the name of God will not come to be mocked …
“As an activist and a woman with immense devotion and love for God, I refuse to remain silent and watch millions of souls become corrupted. NEVER!!!! I’M FREE!!! I AM SAVED !!! ”
This is the third time in four years that Mr. Suleman has been involved in a sex scandal. PREMIUM TIMES reported on their infamous sex scandal with Canada-based Nigerian singer Stephanie Otobo in 2017.
Otobo accused him of being pregnant and breaking a promise to marry her.
She also accused Mr Suleman, through his lawyer, of failing to keep a promise of marriage made in 2016.
She officially filed a petition asking the police to investigate several allegations against the preacher. In a letter to the Lagos State Police Commissioner in February 2017, she accused Mr Suleman of illegally purchasing abortion, threatening life and attempted murder.
Ms Otobo’s petition came days after she told reporters at a press conference that her relationship with Mr Suleman ended after the preacher began to insist he wanted a sexual activity involving a threesome.
Ms Otobo would later turn around in January 2018 when she addressed the Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide congregation (Mr Suleman’s church) claiming it was “sponsored.”
In February 2021, Mike Davids, a former pastor of Omega Fire Ministries, accused the pastor of sleeping with his wife, Faith Edeko, who currently heads a branch of the church in Abuja.
He also threatened to expose the truths behind Ms Otobo’s sex scandal. However, he later apologized for his comments.
Mr Suleman did not respond to Ms Ifemeludike’s allegations at the time of publication.
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