- Alleged ex-mistress of Apostle Suleman, Stephanie Otobo has released yet another evidence against the cleric
- This time, Otobo released her bank's statement of account, which shows money transferred from Suleman
- The phone company in Canada has agreed to release her call log too
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More trouble for founder of Omega Fire Ministry, Apostle Johnson Suleman, as his alleged estranged mistress released her bank's statement of account.
In a video obtained by NAIJ.com, Otobo was seen showing two people her United Bank of Africa (UBA) statement of account which shows several transactions from Apostle Suleman.
In the statement of account, Apostle Suleman on July 22, 2015, reportedly paid in the sum of N1 million.
Otobo in this recent interview done in Toroto, Canada also said Apostle Suleman froze her new account thinking it was her old account where he allegedly sent in money several times.
She also showed a picture of her and her father, who came out early this year to say he hasn't seen her in years and know nothing about the extra-marital allegations she's filed against Mr Suleman.
The phone company Otobo subscribed to in Canada has reportedly also promised to release her call log which she promised will show how many times the pastor called her when she was in Canada.
NAIJ.com recalls that Apostle Suleman's trouble started about a month ago when Otobo enlisted the help of famous lawyer, Festus Keyamo to sue Suleman for N500 million damages citing a breach of promise by the pastor.
According to Otobo, Suleman promised to marry her and then jilted her and aborted her pregnancy without her consent.
Meanwhile, Stephanie Otobo's mother went to Omega Fire Ministry to beg Apostle Suleman to forgive her daughter.
According to the mom, she hasn't seen her daughter in a while and her daughter's allegations that she had an affair with the cleric is not true.
Full video of Stephanie Otobo's Canada interview is below:
The video below is a NAIJ.com video of a Christian group weighing in on Apostle Suleman's saga.