The General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries International, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has dismissed reports that the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Mohammed Adamu, had ordered the probe of his alleged affair with the wife of a former member of his church, Pastor Mike Davids.
Pastor Davids who had left the Omega Fire Ministries International church, had accused Suleman of sleeping with his wife, threat to life.
In a petition to the police, Davids also said Suleman threatened him and denied him access to his children.
In view of these allegations, the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, allegedly ordered a probe of Suleman, to know if the above allegations are true.
The letter titled: ‘Re: Criminal Petition Against Apostle Johnson Suleman for Enticement of a Married Woman; Adultery; Unlawful Criminal Restraint to Access Children and Threat to Life’, which was made public on Monday morning, with reference number CB:7000/IGP.SEC/ABJ/Vol.515/561, reads: “I attach herewith a copy of a letter dated December 30, 2020 with its attachments received from V.C Ezenagu & Associates on the above-underlined subject. The Inspector-General of Police directs that you treat. Accept the assurances of my esteemed regards please.”
But in his verified Twitter handle, @APOSTLESULEMAN, the cleric tweeted: “IGP orders probe on me? Where, when? Maybe my ghost. Just reading stories now. Please discard. There is no such thing.”
The pastor’s wife, Faith has also debunked the allegations of alleged infidelity, threat to life and obstruction of access to children, levelled against Suleman, by her ex-husband, Pastor Mike Davids.
Reacting, she described the allegations as pure falsehood and cheap blackmail to tarnish the image of the Apostle. She said she had never slept nor would she ever contemplate sleeping with Apostle Suleman whom she said was like her biological father.