They’re ingrates, I’ll ensure they return to Nigeria – Apostle Suleman berates Happie Boys (Video)

General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries (OFM), Apostle Johnson Suleman has condemned the actions of Happie Boys towards their benefactor, founder of Omega Power Ministries, Apostle Chibuzor Chinyere.

Suleman accused the former security guards who were sent to study in Cyprus, of being ungrateful for the thoughtful gesture which changed their life and vowed to find a way to bring them back.

This is coming after the two young men known as Matthew Precious Kelechi and Amakor Johnson said they will never to return to Nigeria. In a recent video, one of them challenged OPM pastor to fly them back to the country.

Apostle Suleman who was giving a sermon in church, digressed to talk about Happie Boys and how and their disrespectful behaviour. He said that he was heartbroken when he heard Chibuzor collapsed at the airport amid the drama with the boys.

He however, vowed to bring Happie Boys back to Nigeria from Cyprus if they insist on constituting nuisance or try to attack him as a result of his speech.

“I know how to bring them back; I’m not joking. If they’re watching me now and I hear pim from them, I will bring them back…

“Anybody who you have eaten from, even if they hurt you tomorrow, walk away and leave them to Jesus,” Suleman said.

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CorrectNG reported earlier that Happie Boys informed their benefactor, Apostle Chibuzor Chinyere that they would not be returning to Nigeria.

They made this known while apologising for calling out the pastor earlier in an Instagram post. The two boys and their manager, Caleb were sponsored to Cyprus on scholarship by the Founder of Omega Power Ministries.

It may be recalled that Happie Boys recently cried out, claiming they were abandoned by Chinyere and had to drop out of school.

In reaction, the clergyman said he has made arrangements to procure their return tickets so that they can continue their studies in Nigeria or Benin Republic. However, the viral ex-security boys said they appreciate everything Apostle Chinyere did for them, but added that they won’t leave Cyprus.

According to Happie Boys, they were not informed about the flight ticket and only heard about it in the news. They also prayed for God to bless the OPM pastor because without him they would never have traveled abroad.