Following the different sexual allegations leveled against Apostle Suleman of the Omega Fire Ministries by two women, investigations have shown that the second woman, who identified herself as Queen Esther was a fraud given her inconsistent account through her social media account.
Shortly after her story was published by Premium Times, she queried the report insisting that she had evidence against Suleman.
She said: “I saw all that was written on the internet, although it is a true story, of which it’s the reality of what is going on now in my life.”
“If my family were going about bringing out such stories, you should have at least waited before publishing it. Because this is going to attract all kinds of assault to me right now. And going to say that there’s no evidence….it’s just too much.”
“The email sent to you, it wasn’t really me that wrote it, it’s my cousin,” she said.
“It wasn’t me that wrote to the Kaduna State government…I’m telling you honestly, this issue has been dragging since 2014, between me and my family and Apostle Suleman and his family since 2014. The reason why I think they were so frustrated to go to this extent, writing these things is because all their pleas to Apostle Suleman to release me from his bondage has fallen on deaf ears.
“It is evident that all that I’m suffering now started from the time he …. and his threat messages are in my phone. He threatened that I will die…I don’t know who he’s talking bout that will die, but he actually sent all those threat messages to my phone.
“What did I do to Apostle Suleman? That I said I don’t want to be in the church again. That being in the church is risky to me and besides whatever relationship that existed between him and I wasn’t really…I didn’t go into it out of… all because I had a problem and he took advantage of that.
She also spoke on why her uncle and cousin are using her e-mail account. She said they were the one taking care of her.
“The evidence is in the text message. Johnson Suleman is too smart to call me on phone to say all those things because he knows his voice can be recorded. But since the evidence he wrote it in a text message and sent to me, times without number, I can only quote from the text message, sent directly from his number.”
Two hours after Premium Times requested for text message evidence, she called back to say that: “The text messages are on my old phone and we have taken it to a repairer.”
This was a contradiction of her earlier e-mail claim that the messages disappeared mysteriously.
“We are going to court on the matter and we’ll provide our evidence in court,” she said.
However, on Monday, a caller who claimed to be Ms. Esther’s cousin, called to lambast the media outfit over its report on the incident.
“You people have made a mess of the case we are even trying to package out,” said the cousin who didn’t reveal her name.
“Even if the Kaduna State government said they are not getting involved in the matter, why did you have to write it in the whole thing? Why not put the whole story out and exempt the government?
“Obviously, we forwarded a message to Premium Times why do you people have to take it to the public that the state government is getting involved or not getting involved? Why not just write the story and exempt the government? Now you are making it look as if the government has a hand in the story.”
The media outfit reported that although the two callers’ voices – Ms. Esther’s and her cousin – sounded alike, it could not verify if they were the same person.
It said that a Facebook search with the latter’s phone number threw up an account linked to the former’s e-mail address.
The Facebook account’s owner, with profile name YahwehYesha Ace, was repeatedly referred to as ‘Queen’ or Evangelist Queen by her friends.
Her Facebook URL suggested she was formerly known as Evangelist Queen before changed her name to YahwehYesha Ace on the social media platform.
She described herself as an evangelist/preacher at Omega Love Ministry.
It also reported that if the owner of the account was sick, it didn’t reflect in her wall posts because between November and December last year she mounted a vigorous campaign for Donald Trump in the run-up to the US presidential election, mocked Mr. Suleman for his false prediction of the election’s outcome, and warned people to stay away from MMM.
In fact, on December 31, 2016, she wrote: “Naturally I am so full of sunshine that the whole darkness in the world can’t keep me gloomy or moody for at least five minutes.”
Investigations showed that her other phone number is linked to an account that had been disabled by Facebook because she “created or posted something that violated Facebook’s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities.”
A check on Truecaller showed that while Ms. Esther’s number showed her name as ‘Esther Ehel,’ that of her so-called cousin’s revealed ‘Queen Owerri.’
When confronted Mr. Esther with its findings so far, she was said to have threatened to sue the website if those details and her photographs were made public.
She also swore never to talk to this medium again.
But she later sent a text message, saying, “I am a very busy lady. I have my image to protect as a servant of God. I can’t be embroiled in Johnson’s mess. He was wicked to me. I left the battle for Yahweh since then.”
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