Another Nigerian Man Schooling in Turkey Speaks On OPM Pastor, Slams Happie Boys in Video

Another Nigerian Man Schooling in Turkey Speaks On OPM Pastor, Slams Happie Boys in Video

  • A Nigerian man who was also given a scholarship abroad by Apostle Chibuzor Chinyere has narrated his experience on Facebook
  • The young man who said he was sponsored to Turkey praised the pastor and defended him amid the ongoing saga with Happie Boys
  • According to him, the pastor has been paying his bills, including his rent, since he began schooling in Turkey

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Bright Chibuchi Onuoha, a third-year mechanical engineering student at Karabuk University, has defended Nigerian pastor and founder of Omega Power Ministries, Apostle Chibuzor Gift Chinyere.

In a viral video, he narrated how the apostle, whom he calls his father, generously pays his school fees and rent.

Turkish student defends OPM pastor.
Turkish student defends OPM pastor. Photo credit: @Bright Chibuchi Onuoha / Facebook
Source: Facebook

Onuoha is among many students benefiting from the Omega Power Ministry's scholarship, which Apostle Chibuzor funds.

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He claimed that the Apostle had spent millions of naira to support the success of people who were not even related to him.

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In addition, Bright noted that he provides financial support of $3,000 each to students in a university in Turkey, with nearly 30 students benefiting from this assistance.

Onuoha also addressed claims that the pastor uses people's stars to ride a private jet, stating that his father does not own a private jet and it is questionable how stars could transform an individual into someone who wants to exploit others.

According to him, the Happie Boys were given two options; to either return to Nigeria and continue their education due to the high dollar rate or pause their education in Cyprus until the value of the naira increases.

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However, they refused to do either of the options, as they felt entitled to the Apostle's wealth.

Recall that the Happie Boys had called out the Omega Power Ministry General founder for allegedly abandoning them in Cyprus without continuing their education.

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Gabriel WoksMan commented:

“Very brilliant submission from a sound mind. This is a student talking not those street boys who can't speak simple n clean English.”

Gloria Ngwu reacted:

“My annoyance is not for those irresponsible boys but for those people supporting evil, saying all sorts against the man of God.”

Ezeokobe Ajagwu Rita said:

“Sending happy boys abroad for study is like going to upper Iweka in Onitsha select agboros and send them abroad for study. This is a responsible boy who has focus in life. May God bless you son for saying the truth.”

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Min. Ogechukwu Daniel said:

“God bless you sir.”

Oge creations reacted:

“If Christ our saviour was accused, ridiculed and is been abused by some ignorant folks, how think you will loved and or appreciated by all. Be focused and maintain your lane. God is the rewarder of them who diligently serve him.”

Watch the video below:

Video of Happie Boys arriving school in Agbada

Meanwhile, reported that popular dancers and former security guards, Happie Boys, have been trending again after their video surfaced online.

The video shared by @the9jatowncrier on Twitter displayed how the young boys turn up for school every day in Cyprus. Fully dressed in their native Yoruba attire, popularly known as 'agbada', the boys walked majestically into their class while filming themselves.

They posed behind the computer systems in class and acted like they were operating it to boost their 'celebrity image' to the world. The video has since attracted different comments as netizens criticised the boys.

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