- Apostle Suleiman has reacted to an audio clip that has now gone viral that captured him threatening someone
- The General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries has tendered a video apology to that effect
- He said he had reacted angrily to a lady he had warned to stop calling him
Apostle Johnson Suleman, General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries, has tendered an apology following a viral audio clip that had him threatening to make someone disappear.
The cleric had been involved in a controversy with a former pastor of his church identified as Mike Davids who had accused him of sleeping with his wife.
Davids had recently released an audio clip claiming that it was from a telephone conversation he had with Suleman.
The general overseer refuted the claims stressing that the audio clip was an incident that happened three years ago in which he had sternly warned a lady, and not Davids, to stop calling him. He said he has since turned a new leaf from what he was at that time.
Pastor who accused Apostle Suleman of sleeping with his wife releases what he describes as audio evidence
He stated that he relieved Davids of his role as a pastor in his church because of his 'evil heart'.
Suleman, in the more than two minutes video, further accused Mike Davids of working with other former pastors of the church who he had disciplined to blackmail him.
Apostle Suleman said that Davids anger is that he helped his (Davids) wife, who he had divorced.
The pastor urged Davids to turn a new leaf as there still is a spot for him in the kingdom.
Watch the apology video here:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported Apostle Suleman's reaction to IGP's probe.
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.