Chioma Ifemeludike mocks actresses refusing intimate affairs with Apostle Suleman
Chioma Ifemeludike, a Nollywood actress, has mocked ssome of her colleagues for saying they never had intimate affairs with Omega Fire Ministries’ general overseer, Apostle Johnson Suleman.
Chioma, who posted a confessional video a few months ago, exposing her intimate relationship with the cleric, criticized her colleagues for lying about their relationships with Suleman.
There have been rumors of several Nollywood actresses having relationships with the clergyman, including Queen Nwokoye, Shan George, Vivian Metchie, Ebube Nwagbo, Mercy Eke, and others.
A few of the actresses have addressed the claims on their social media profiles.
In response to their denials, Chioma urged her colleagues to maintain their denials, claiming that it will only be a matter of time before the truth is revealed.
“Debunking saga. Truth cannot be covered. Please debunk your shit in peace, but allow us to decide who is a good man and who is an unrepentant pastor_titude. God cannot be mocked.”
Chioma claimed in a confessional video she made months ago that Suleman paid her generously for having sex sessions with him, and that she did it twice.
But she denied being aware that he was a clergyman at the time.
She also claimed that her fellow actress, Lynda-Clems Bishop, introduced her to the pastor, a claim Lynda later refuted.