Apostle Suleman’s adultery accuser apologises, says God asked him to


Mike Davids, the man who accused the general overseer of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Suleman, of adultery has apologized to the cleric.

Mr Davids made headlines recently after he accused his acclaimed father in the Lord of sleeping with his wife, Faith Edeko, who currently heads an Abuja branch of the church, thereby shattering his home.

He slammed a N2billion suit on the cleric and threatened to expose how the apology of a canadian-based singer, Stephanie Otobo, was planned to deceive the public into believing Suleman was wrongly accused.

Mr Otobo who in 2018 apologized after accusing Suleman of having a sexual affair with her, said she was acting a script by some powerful individuals she refused to name, claiming it was aimed at pulling down the Omega Fire minister.

In a recent video clip circulating on social media, Mr Davids said the Almighty directed him to apologise to Suleman, in the course of his spiritual sojourn.

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Although he also apologized to the wife of the cleric and the church, he did not say if he was directed not to apologize to his wife, Faith Edeko, also.

“In view of the issue that has been ongoing for the past weeks now, I have personally been on spiritual sojourn and I have received instruction from the Lord to take the step I am taking right now,” he said.

“So, personally, I want to apologize to my father in the Lord, Apostle Joshua Suleman and mama Lizzy Johnson Suleman and Omega Fire Ministries around the world for the friction that were generated and probably in the manner which I reached out for help, I want to say I am deeply sorry. Thank you very much and God bless you,” Davids added.