We’re not coming back to Nigeria, dey your dey – Happie Boys Reject Apostle Chibuzor’s offer for local scholarship [video]

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Internet sensation Happie Boys have rejected the offer by the General Overseer of Omega Power Ministries (OPM), Apostle Chibuzor Chinyere to take them back to Nigeria and provide local scholarships for them.

The OPM General Overseer had written:

Happy boyz are my children and I have forgiven them for everything they did to me.
I just concluded with my agent that got them visa and ticket when they were traveling last year.
And he has gotten return ticket for them to travel back to Nigeria next tomorrow which is 15 June
2023.
As soon as the come back, I will continue there Scholarship in Nigeria universities, Benin republic university, Mauritius university, Ghana university, but
No more Europe universities.
They are my children and I love them.
Below are there flight tickets
Agent phone number 07035734759

In a video seen by Dockaysworld, the duo stated that they were not informed before the flight tickets were booked and did not intend to return to Nigeria.


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They thanked the Clergyman for his aid but said that they were content where they were and did not need him anymore.

“Make everybody dey their dey, we no dey come back Nigeria,” they said.

Recall that Happie Boys had earlier called out the general overseer for allegedly abandoning them in Cyprus after promising them scholarships.

Watch video below 

https://twitter.com/ajuicygeorge/status/1669469553619861505?s=46&t=W2hCSXiIHTgfHaCF45pHKw

 


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