The Omega Fire Ministry has denied allegations that its General Overseer, Apostle Johnson Suleiman has a hand in the arrest and detention of Miss Stephanie Otobo by the police last Friday .

In a statement by the communication manager to the overseer, Phrank Shuaibu maintained that there was never any relationship between Miss Otobo and the General Overseer,including a promise to marry her.

According to him, the lady was arrested by the operatives acting on a tip -off that the lady had repeatedly tried to blackmail the fiery preacher, including demanding N500 million from him, failure which she threatened to expose a purported amorous relationship between Apostle Suleiman and her.

LEADERSHIP recalls that constitutional lawyer, Festus Keyamo had written a letter to the church demanding N500 million on behalf of the lady and also accused Apostle Suleiman of using policemen to intimidate and detain his client unlawfully, after having earlier promised to marry her.

However, Shaibu said the lawyer was misled into believing that there was an amorous relationship between Apostle Suleman and Miss Otobo, noting that the lady was caught -up by her own machinations as she was arrested while trying to withdraw money paid into her account by the church in a sting operation coordinated by the police.

The statement reads in part “Unknown to Keyamo, the police was alerted following several attempts by the said lady to blackmail Apostle Suleiman. The police also recorded her conversations making the frivolous demand. The highpoint of the drama was her attempt to withdraw money paid into her account at the instance of the police. The lawyer should know that his client was arrested by the police with abundance of evidence confirming that she is indeed a serial blackmailer.