Nollywood actress, Halima Abubakar, has alleged that she was pregnant on three occasions for Apostle Johnson Suleman, the General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries International.
Halima called out Apostle Suleman on social media last year while claiming they once dated.
On Instagram, Halima said that her life was in danger and that the cleric should be held responsible for whatever happened to her.
“Please don’t worry about me. But you can hold Johnson Suleman responsible, just in case. You can’t do anything, though. Nigerians are aware. If anything happens, Johnson, it’s you,” she had posted on Instagram.
However, in a recent interview, the actress claimed the duo dated for six years.
In a now-viral clip of the interview, Halima Abubakar was asked if she was ever pregnant for Suleman and why she did not keep the pregnancy, she said, “Yes, I was once pregnant for him. When I lost the baby, he was crying, you would think it’s real because he was shedding tears that I lost his child.
“It’s crazy. I got pregnant three times for him. The last one got me bleeding…I had to take tablets to stop it.”
On how long it took the bleeding to stop, she replied “For four years, I actually just came out since I have been in a long spiritual battle; the blood just stopped rushing, you won’t believe it. “
“He was sleeping with me even while I was bleeding. That’s the dangerous part of it, and he was telling me he couldn’t sleep with any other person, that’s why.
“The whole thing took me unaware because I was naive and not a spiritual person. Even when I’m on my period, he does that (sleeps with me).”
Halima’s revelations come in light of Apostle Suleman suing her for N1bn for defamation.
Mr Suleman is asking the court for an order directing the defendant to publish a retraction of her defamatory statements posted on her Instagram handle @Halimabubakar and on several online blogs and newspapers.
Other demands include the sum of N1 billion as aggravated and exemplary damages for libel, an order of perpetual injunction restraining her, her agents or servants or otherwise from further publishing or causing to be published the said or similar statements defamatory of the claimant.
In addition, he is also asking for an order directing Ms Abubakar to pay the sum of N20 million, the legal fee paid to the counsel handling this suit.
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