Adultery: Pastor Davids apologises to Apostle Suleman (Video)
Pastor Mike Davids has apologised to Apostle Johnson Suleman whom he accused of having sexual relations with his wife.
Recall that Mike Davids, had approached the Nigerian Police claiming that Apostle Suleman slept with his wife, Pastor Faith Edeko, and threatened to make him “disappear”.
Consequently, the Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, ordered an investigation into the accusation.
Davids, a former pastor of Omega Fire Ministries, was however seen in a recent video apologising to Suleman.
He recanted all the accusations he made against Suleman, saying that he has been on a spiritual sojourn and received instructions from the Lord to apologise to him.
Watch the video below:
In the videos he posted on Instagram, the aggrieved pastor wept and told how he began a relationship with his wife in secondary school and how they courted for some 11 years before they finally got married.
He would later introduce his wife, then his fiancée, to Apostle Suleman in 2008.
According to him, the wife told him that Suleman was making romantic advances at her and even invited her to Reliance Hotel, Benin, which he ignored.
He said: “My wife was a staffer with NTA Iruekpen, so Apostle Suleman reached out to her that they will need her to build Celebration TV and Rhema for Living.
“She would have to shuttle between Osun State and Auchi.
“She came back from Auchi to Osun State and said she wanted to talk to me that her conscience was pricking her.
“I asked what was it and she said that while in Auchi, Apostle Suleman lodged her at Uyi Grand Hotel and he came there and slept with her.
“And the moment she said that, the first thing that came to my mind was my daughter.
“I asked where was Michelle when this happened and she said Michelle was on the bed, pushed aside and I asked, ‘You mean you slept with a man with my daughter on the bed?’
“I had to let it go because there was nobody I could tell and I couldn’t fight with Apostle Suleman… I forgave her but the amorous relationship continued.
“One thing I know is that my wife was hypnotised. This is not the woman I got married to, who I knew for 11 years.”
Davids called out to the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), Pastors David Oyedepo, Paul Enenche, Enoch Adeboye, and others, to intervene:
He said: “Apostle Suleman has given her a branch of the church in Utako, Abuja to head without permission.
“I am calling on Pastor David Oyedepo, Pastor Paul Enenche, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, Pastor Margaret Idahosa, CAN, PFN.
“Apostle Suleman has damaged my life. I have not seen my wife and children for two years and Apostle Suleman says if I ever go near them, he will have me taken out.
“I have a video where he said he will make me disappear. I don’t want to lose my life.”
Reacting in a video, the wife, Pastor Edeko, however, denied all the allegations, describing them as cheap blackmail.
She noted that it was Davids that abandoned the marriage and refused to return home.
Some sources claim, though, that the young pastor was cowered into submission after a barrage of threats from Apostle Suleman and his cohorts.