Halima Abubakar’s Family Calls Out Apostle Suleman As Her Sickness Worsen
The family of Nollywood actress, Halima Abubakar, has called out controversial Nigerian clergyman, Apostle Johnson Suleman as her sickness worsen.
Omadaily reports that this is coming a few days after Halima exposed their series of chats and labelled Suleman a ‘professional liar’.
A video sighted on her Instagram story captured Halima lying on the bed and covered with clothes like someone who is severely sick.
The post which was supposedly shared by a family member warned Suleman to stay away from Halima adding that he would go down if anything happens to her.
The post read: “Johnson Suleman Imodu. If anything happens to our sister, you going down”
Another post also showed the chat of Halima’s mother warning a close ally of Suleman, Kassy to leave her daughter alone.
Recalls that for over two months Halimar has been spilling her sexcapade with Suleiman with claims that he is responsible for her current ailment.
The apostle denied the allegations during a service in his church, threatening to sue.
Following his denial, Halima promised to publicly humiliate the preacher as she dares him to bring down her social media page.
I Got More Male Admirers After I Went Under The Knife
Meanwhile, Nollywood actress, Zainab Bakare has revealed that the rate at which male admirers and suitors are drooling over her since she went under the knife increased tremendously.
According to the script interpreter, her boyfriend backed her decision to undergo Liposuction when she opened up to him.
The actress also admitted to The Daily Sun, that her self-esteem and confidence skyrocketed, adding that she has no regret for having a butt lift as it has added so many positive things to her life.
“Liposuction has really boosted my self-esteem. Oh yes. It did on a 100 percent. So far, no regrets going under the knife, I feel nobody will beat me for saying the truth.
“Why should I hide? I don’t have to hide because i am not living my life for people. My man gave the nods to go ahead with the procedure