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Another woman says man of God had sexual affairs with her

Another woman has come out with damning evidence of her sexual relationships with Apostle Johnson Suleman.

Premium Times reports that the lady who identified herself as Queen Esther, said she decided to come out after Canada-based Nigerian singer, Stephanie Otobo raised hell over her alleged affairs with the man of God, said she was an usher in the church when she and Apostle Suleman had the affair.

Queen Esther narrated that Apostle Suleman lured her into a steamy sexual relationship in 2013 before they broke up a year later.

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“I was an usher in his branch church in Kaduna State, but I had a sexual relationship with him as he lured me into it in order to solve my spiritual problem and limitations to success in career and marriage.

But after the sex, he didn’t solve the problems for me; instead, he started making a proposal for us to marry.

I dated Apostle Suleman while I was a member of his church; he was my pastor, spiritual director and mentor aside being a boyfriend, from August 2013 to 2014 April.”

Continuing, Queen Esther said:

"I told him to give me a break in the relationship so I can stay away from his wife’s view, and also get married to a single suitor I had at that time.

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Instead, he felt I was breaking up with him and began to threaten me; he said that I hurt him and that I will see the consequences of hurting him.

Barely seven days after that, my body changed. I began to have strange movements in my body, my womb and sharp pains in my left breast.

I was taken to many places by my family and we were told that my boyfriend used me for sacrifice and wants to kill me.

Apostle Suleman sent me text messages threatening that I will die. I almost died if my God didn’t rescue me. So after all my attempts to get him to heal me failed, I went to his father his father tried to talk to him, but he denied doing anything to me, till today.”

The lady who also added that the Apostle and his people have been after her life, has, however, written to the Kaduna State government to protect her life against Suleman and his 'his team of magicians.'

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“In the wake of this current sex scandal between Miss Otobo Stephanie and Johnson Suleman, I started having strange calls from people who speak Auchi language while making incantations on me once I pick their phone calls.

I cannot send my picture now till I am sure of my protection from his followers’ attacks.

Many ladies are victims of Johnson Suleman but they are afraid to come out publicly because they fear the consequences attached to their public stand against him, which is a possible spiritual attack and destruction on their life and destiny.”

A top official of the Kaduna State government who confirmed the receipt of Queen Esther's letter seeking for protection, however, added that the government does not want to be involved in the matter.

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