Apostle Suleman: Mike Davids In N5b Blackmail Suit, Police Set To Arrest Him

Apostle Suleman: Mike Davids Slammed N5b Suit for Blackmail Attempt, IGP Seeks His Arrest- A sacked member of the Omega Fire Ministries (OFM) worldwide, Mike Davids, has been slammed a N5 billion lawsuit, allegedly for attempting to blackmail the ministry’s leader, Apostle Johnson Suleman.

Davids was reportedly dragged before the Lagos State High Court, Ikeja, through Suleman’s legal team headed by Barr. Osa Director (Esq) for “conspiracy to blackmail and defamation of character.”

The statement from the legal team reads; “It has come to our knowledge that one Mike David has purportedly filed a law suit against our client, Apostle Johnson Suleman and seeking two billion naira as damages for alleged interference in his marriage which has since been dissolved a few years ago.”

“We are yet to be served with any court process. However, our client has refrained from joining issues with the said Mike David as his utterances are mere hallucinations of a man on the fringes of lunacy and desperation to survive. For the record, Mike David was a pastor in our client”s church but expelled since 2018 for acts inimical to the body of Christ.”

Meanwhile, it was gathered that the Inspector-General of Police, IGP, Mohammed Adamu, had, in a Suit Number: FHC/ABJ/CS/115/2021, also approached the Federal High Court in Abuja, seeking to arrest Davids over petition of alleged blackmail, defamation and threat to Apostle Suleman.

The court papers further reads that, “for the past six years, Mike David’s has been attempting to blackmail Apostle Suleman while he has constantly threatened and boasted that he has materials in his possession to embarrass the pastor, with  his recent video allegations of dating his wife as one of such materials of blackmail.

“In short, he has been boasting that he will bring down Apostle Suleman and Omega Fire Ministries, of which our client has audio and video evidence to expose his threats and blackmail. Hence, the matter was reported to the Nigerian Police Force,” the statement reads.



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