The Canada-based singer has released the video of her song where she sang about her travails in the hands of the man of God.
Following her long drawn sex scandal mess with Apostle Johnson Suleman, Canada-based Nigerian singer cum stripper, Stephanie Otobo, has released a video of her song, 'I Depend on You', where she sang about her travails.
Otobo had accused the General Overseer of the Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide of being his secret lover, narrating how he had promised her marriage and got her pregnant in the process before tricking her into aborting the baby by making her drink a concoction.
In a swift reaction, Apostle Suleman had got her arrested and detained on charges of defamation of character, blackmail, and terrorism before she was later released on bail by a Lagos court.
Otobo recently filed a $5 million lawsuit against the clergyman in her base in Ontario, Canada, where she claimed damages resulting from breach of trust, negligence, defamation, poisoning, intentional and negligent infliction of emotional stress, forcible confinement, multiple instances of battery, fraud, sexual assaults, sexual harassments, harassments and malicious prosecution, their alleged affair has caused her.
She also asked the court to grant a restraining order on Apostle Suleman from contacting and communicating with her, directly or indirectly, in Canada or Nigeria.
Apostle Suleman on his part had slammed a N1 billion lawsuit on Otobo and her lawyer, Festus Keyamo and the scandal seems far from over with the release of the video where she sang about the oppression and persecution she has allegedly suffered at the hands of the man of God.
Some of the lyrics in the song include: 'Oppression, persecution, trying to bring you down. Everything in your life running out of control. Your friends and family, they'll abandon you."
Watch the video here.
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