Stephanie Otobo, the Canadian-based accuser of General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries (OFM), Apostle Johnson Suleman, on Saturday, offered fresh evidence to back up her claims against the charismatic preacher.
In an interview with Worship Media based in Canada, the musician presented a copy of her statement of account reflecting huge deposits by Suleman to support allegation of adultery against the Auchi-based cleric, The Nation reports.
Excerpts of the interview were posted online yesterday by Worship Media.
Otobo alleged Suleman at different times transferred N200, 000, N900, 000 and N1million to her account.
The statement of account, as seen in the video, reads a transfer of N900, 000 on July 22, 2015.
The transaction was recorded as 057033150722165653000037928190 in the displayed bank statement.
There was another transaction that reads transfer of N1million from Apostle Johnson Suleman on 14th September, 2015.
Otobo claimed he met Suleman in 2015 through a friend who got married after a prophecy by the cleric.
Her friend, she said, informed her Suleman revealed the man she eventually married was the right fit for her.
Otobo said Suleman later requested for her BBM pin after which he asked her to be his girlfriend.
But Otobo, in the interview, was overheard agreeing the interviewers some other transfers cannot be proven, casting doubts on the authenticity of the statement.
The media office of Suleman was unavailable for reactions to the fresh allegation.
The media outfit also stated Otobo has agreed to release her call logs to prove she had more passing acquaintances with Suleman.