More Women Step Forward To Accuse Apostle Suleiman Of Sexual Harassment
The sexual harassment scandal that has tainted the Founder of the Omega Fire Minister, Apostle Johnson Suleiman is expanding.
Some other women who have said they were sexually exploited by Suleiman are allegedly coming out to tell their stories.
According to a new report posted on Twitter by SaharaReporters, some other female victims of the influential cleric's sexual escapades, have stepped forward to popular Lagos human rights lawyer, Festus Keyamo's chambers, to tell the stories of their encounters with the Man-of-God.
The embattled Man-of God is being trailed with a sex scandal with a Canadian-based Nigerian singer, Stephanie Otobo.
Otobo had accused Suleiman of dumping her after promising her marriage.
Otobo further alleged that she abandoned her lucrative career, her cars, friends, and house in Canada because Suleiman promised to buy her a house in Nigeria and came back to the country only to be shunted out of his life.
She alleged that Suleiman invited her from Canada to Europe where he made love with her all night after his church programs.
She added that she was the one who used to send him topics for sermons to preach and the songs to be sung.
Suleiman has, however, denied all the allegations.