Actress Etinosa Idemudia Pen Letter Of Apology To Apostle Suleman After Accusing Him Of Infidelity


Anew turn of event have seen Nollywood actress Etinosa Idemudia pen a letter of apology to Apostle Johnson Suleman whom she recently called out on social media.

The controversial movie star accused the revered man of God of infidelity over his statement that condemned skin bleaching.

But she has now come out to apologies to him.

Etinosa took to her Instagram page on Thursday, February 27, 2020, where she admitted in an open letter of making an expensive joke at the expense of the Apostle’s dignity.

Etinosa Idemudia

The actress also noted that her post was not directed to the revered. According to her, it was taken out of context and blown out of proportion.

“I made an expensive joke which was taken out of context and blown out of proportion. The post was not in any way referring to the man of God Apostle Johnson Suleman and I deeply regret any discomfort or embarrassment this has caused. Man of God, dear big brother AJS, please have mercy on and pray for my soul,” she wrote.

A deeply sober Etinosa went on to share some bible scriptures and sought for the pastor’s forgiveness through prayers.

Etinosa’s apology comes barley a few days after she shaded the general overseer of the Omega Fire Ministries over his statements that heavily condemned skin bleaching.

Apostle Johnson Suleman

Speaking about bleaching in a Sunday sermon,  the apostle described the women and men who are big fans of skin-altering lotions as fraudsters and prescribed to them the negative effects it clauses.

But replying back to his statement on Instagram, the actress told the apostle to give up his criticism of bleaching on the bases that bleaching and spirituality has nothing in common. She also alleged that Suleman keeps a side chic who also bleaches.

Read her letter of apology below:

Photo Credit: Instagram

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