Miss Otobo wants more than apology and public sympathy.

She has filed a $5 million lawsuit against Suleiman in Canada.

She is claiming the amount for damages resulting from breach of trust, breach of fiduciary relations, breach of contract, negligence, defamation, poisoning, intentional and negligent infliction of emotional stress, forcible confinement, multiple instances of battery, false imprisonment, fraud, assaults, sexual assaults, sexual harassments, harassments and malicious prosecution.

The suit, also seeks an order restraining Suleman from contacting and communicating, directly or indirectly, with Otobo while in Canada.

She also wants a restraining order on Apostle Suleman from being at a distance of at least 500 meters from her.

According to Canadian laws, Suleman has within 40 (forty days) to serve and file his statement of defense. In the event of his failure to appear before the Ontario Superior Court, however, judgment may still be given against him without further notice.

For more than a  month now, Otobo and Apostle Suleiman have been swapping allegations.

Otobo, whose no-holds-barred allegations have made Apostle Suleiman a figure of fun on social media, also claimed she was given a concoction to abort her pregnancy.

Suleiman described her as a blackmailer, who is being used to punish him for his criticism of certain government actions.