- An aggrieved husband, Mike Davids, has escalated his dispute with Apostle Johnson Suleman
- The complainant claimed that the religious leader has questions to answer in court over alleged adultery
- However, the general overseer of Omega Fire Ministries International has discredited Davids' allegations
The general overseer of the Omega Fire Ministries International, Apostle Johnson Suleman, is facing a N2bn legal action for allegedly interfering in the marriage of a former pastor of his church, Mike Davids.
The Punch reported that Davids alleged that the Christian leader committed adultery with his wife, Pastor Faith Edeko.
The plaintiff in the suit told the court that Suleman destroyed his home and prevented him from seeing his three children.
He requested the sum of N2bn in damages from the apostle over for what he described as interference in his contract of marriage.
Davids further asked the court to grant a perpetual injunction restraining Apostle Suleman and Omega Fire Ministries church from gaining access to his with his wife and three children.
Meanwhile, Davids' wife, Faith Edeko described her husband's allegations as an attempt to blackmail the man of God.
Edeko, who heads a branch of the church in Abuja, said it was her husband who walked out of their marriage, adding that he has demanded a refund of her bride price from her family.
According to her, she suffered so much abuse while she was married to him and even contemplated taking her own life.
Similarly, Apostle Johnson Suleman also reacted to a news report that he is being probed by the police over an alleged extramarital affair with a pastor’s wife.
The religious leader in a tweet on Monday, January 25, distanced himself from the allegations.
He said such allegations were not been brought to his notice in the past, pointing out that he was just reading about the allegations for the first time.
Suleman urged the public to disregard the report, saying the story was spreading fast because it is negative press.