"Apostle Suleman proposed to me seven times" - Halima Abubakar spills (Video)


Nollywood actress, Halima Abubakar, has break her silence on her affair with clergyman, Apostle Johnson Suleman of Omega Fire Ministry.

The actress recently opened up about their relationship in an interview, appearing to be unconcerned by the clergyman's lawsuit against her.

Halima disclosed that she had received a phone call from Apostle Suleman asking her to be his friend. He sent her $500,000 to demonstrate his seriousness about their relationship after four months of communication.

According to Halima, Apostle Suleman asked her out seven times, but she always said no. 

He did an introduction with her and, unconcerned by the rejection, included the actress' parents in their romance.

"Apostle Suleman first reached out to me on the phone to be his friend, we got talking for four months. One day he wired me N500000 to show he was serious and I saw him two weeks after that. 

"I did not know he was married. He told me he was separated. I used to beg him to go and settle with his wife but he said No. He proposed to me more than seven times. He involved my parents and met them for introduction. I never knew he was a Pastor".

"Every time I had intercourse with Suleman. I used to bleed afterwards. It got to a time I started bleeding everyday and I had a bloated tummy. 

"The blood never stopped and he was still having sex with me like that. I didn’t read any meaning to it because I wasn’t a spiritual person and he used to have sex with me during my period so I thought it was normal", spoke on their sexual life.

Apostle Suleman sues Halima Abubakar for N1billion

The father of four had sued Halima Abubakar for N1 billion for slandering his reputation.

According to the lawsuit, Halima Abubakar published false, malicious, and defamatory allegations against Apostle Suleman that were directed at his behavior. Additionally, it was requested that the ill actress issue a retraction in a few national newspapers of her choosing.

Reports state that the court case is scheduled to be heard on March 25, 2023.

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