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See Photos Of Mansion Apostle Johnson Suleiman Allegedly Bought For Popular Nollywood Actress

Apostle Suleman

Apostle Johnson Suleman is in more trouble as report has surfaced that he purchased a N40million house for Nollywood actress, Daniella Okeke.

Sahara Reporters reports that after buying the house, he spruced it up with N120million before handing it over to the actress.

The actress had showcased the property, which has two duplexes last year on Instagram.

How Apostle Suleman Bought Real estate for Nollywood actress Daniella Okeke in Lagos

Daniella Okeke’s N160million house bought by Apostle Suleman

The property is located on Alabi Street, off Okey Okeke Drive in Arowojobe Estate in the Mende-Maryland area of Lagos.

It was initially owned by fashion designer Adedayo David Eweje, who owns fashion company “David Wej.”

When contacted, Eweje said he sold the duplex before 2013 but he has no idea to whom the house was sold or who the present occupant is as the transaction was handled by his lawyers.

Apostle Suleman allegedly bought N160m house for Nollywood actress Daniella Okeke (photo)

Nollywood actress Daniella Okeke

However, sources have insisted that Eweje was definitely aware that the front duplex was purchased by Apostle Suleman.

The Suleman sex scandal started when Stephanie Otobo, a Canadian-based singer, claimed that Suleman had a sexual relationship with her.

She revealed some embarrassing things about the man of God and one of the things was that Suleman was romantically involved with the Nollwood actress, Okeke.

Not long after, it was been revealed that Suleman bought a $76,000 brand-new Mercedes-Benz 450 GL for Okeke.

Findings showed that the Mercedes-Benz car displayed by the actress was registered to Apostle Suleman.

Apostle Suleman allegedly bought N160m house for Nollywood actress Daniella Okeke (photo)

The vehicle plate number searched on Lagos vehicle owners website

After it was revealed, the Lagos State Motor Vehicle Registry tried to remove Apostle Suleman’s name off the website as the owner, but the original story was retrieved through a web archive search, which clearly maintained the ownership record of the car.

Apostle Suleman, in a statement by his spokesperson, Phrank Shuaibu, has asked members of his church to desist from engaging in a media war.

Meanwhile, report has it Suleman left Nigeria last night for Washington DC where he is billed to address a crusade for three days.

Watch Stephanie Otobo’s revelation about Apostle Suleman below.

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