Actress Chioma Ifemeludike and Apostle Suleiman’s alleged sex scandal, Olawale Olaleye wrote on her supposed restitution.
This actress, Chioma Ifemeludike, recently posted a video in the name of restitution and exposed an affair she allegedly had with Apostle Suleiman, some years back.
The 12-minute video was straight to the point but detailed on the good times she claimed to have had with the “man of God”.
In the end, she was convinced and satisfied she had pleased God as a new convert at RCCG and wanted others to learn from her supposed mistakes.
I don’t have a problem with restitution but her idea of that step of faith by Christians. I saw her decision as a deliberate attack on the man of God by singling him out.
If she truly meant the restitution, I would have expected her, as a single lady, to list all the men she could possibly recall to have slept with, including the “oshofrees”. That would mean a sincere and total restitution.
After all, Apostle Suleiman allegedly paid for service rendered. Besides, she had an idea it was a hook-up and therefore transactional. She delightedly embraced a second adventure, cutting her friend off.
Otherwise her admonition to other ladies in her shoes would have amounted to nothing since many of them might not have slept with a man of God.
But if her idea of generally restituting adultery, even though she bypassed fornication, were to be properly situated, then, it fell flat. She only went for Apostle Suleiman and deliberately so.
For me, she has only exposed her naivety, inanity and misguided acceptance of Christ, obviously motivated by mischief.
I’m not a fan of the Apostle, but I think Miss Chioma Ifemeludike misfired on this. She has only increased her sins through poorly conceived restitution.
You should have quietly accepted your Christ and peacefully too. This is needless and silly!
Please, don’t forget to return his money. That also is critical to restitution. Nonsense!