The two ex-security guards who were sent to Cyprus to study, have been captured in a tape shutting down a night club.
The young men known as Matthew Precious Kelechi and Amakor Johnson were emptying bottles of Azul into their stomach and nearly got hospitalised because they were overtly drunk and staggering.
In the video, Mathew gulped more of the alcoholic drinks and he was unable to control himsel when it was time for them to leave.
The person who recorded the viral clip suggested that Apostle Chibuzor Chinyere of Omega Power Ministries, who sponsored their education, should redirect the fund elsewhere.
It may be recalled that the dup informed everyone weeks ago that they would not be returning to Nigeria. They made this known while apologising for calling out the pastor earlier in an Instagram post.
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Happie Boys recently urged Apostle Chibuzor Chinyere to forget about sponsoring their education or bringing them back to Nigeria.
This came after the clergyman purchased flight tickets for them and renewed their passport with the promise of continuing their studies in Nigeria or Benin at his expense. Chibuzor forgave them for calling him out on Instagram and revealed his next plans in a Facebook post.
He wrote; “I am Apostle Chibuzor Gift Chinyere, General Overseer of Omega Power Ministries (OPM). I feel humbled by the level of appreciation I received from well meaning Nigerians on my good works in improving the lives of less privileged in Nigeria.
We all know the story of happy boys and how I intervened by sending them to Cyprus for studies. I felt at their age what they need is education not to work as security. Because of the Dollar rate, which became a heavy financial burden on me in paying school fees for over 4,000 persons on my scholarship programme, I stopped funding to Wait and see if the dollar will come down. I also communicated to every parents and gave them options either to return to Nigeria and continue their studies or Benin Republic.
Now Because of God and as a father I have decided to forgive happy boys on whatever thing they Posted against me and the church. On this note I have decided to restore their scholarship to continue in any university in Nigeria or University in Benin Republic. I have instructed the matron who I employed to take care of them to arrange their ticket to return to Nigeria.”
In reaction, Happie boys and their manager, Caleb apologised to the pastor but said they are no longer interested in the church funded scholarship. The young lads added that they are now men and are capable of taking care of themselves.
Happie Boys said; “We are sorry to Daddy OPM, but we don’t need OPM Scholarship again, we don’t need tithe and offering money again. From now on, let everybody mind their own business. We are sorry to Daddy OPM, but we are men now and we can take care of ourselves.”