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Actor, Mr. Ibu poisoned by workers after payment

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Nollywood comic actor, John Okafor, known as Mr. Ibu has narrated how his workers poisoned him, to take his life, after being paid lots of money.

The popular actor added that he had also been poisoned several times in a bid to eliminate him because of his success in life and that God had always been with him.

Mr. Ibu, in an interview with Nigezie Tv, said “Even here in my office, they brought the first poison, I took it. I was falling around, vomiting, nobody came to ask what was wrong with me. The workers did not enter even though they heard me falling all over the place.”

He said he vomited something and that they gave him the second poison, saying that “these are people working with me. I swallowed another one unknowingly until when God opened my eyes.”

Mr. Ibu stated: “That is why you cannot see any of them in my office except my sister that was working with me. They paid them, gave them enough money to make sure that they eliminate me.

“All those plans are from my town people who are surprised that I can make it in life, build houses and go places. But their plans did not align with God’s decision. God said ‘NO’ and when He says ‘no’ everything is final.”

He also said he did not take alcohol till now, saying that people often said that he did not take alcohol but only that his stomach was big.

“I do not even eat much; I only take little since they gave me that poison. The belly was bigger than this but I began to take some medicine and it reduced to the extent that I was able to see my legs. Before, I never used to see my legs. Some boys gave me poison,” he said.

Mr. Ibu narrated how it happened, saying that they took him to Nnewi under the guise that he had a show, adding that when they got there, they pounced on him and began to beat him.

He said after they had beaten him, they put some poison in his mouth and left him for dead till his dancers came to pick him, saying that he did not wake up till they took him home.

According to him, the people had given up, but that God said, he would not go yet, saying that if not for God, he would have been a story.

“This was perpetrated by people who do not love me and those of them who think it is better they kill me. I leave the case for God. Whatever they think I have done bad, let God judge,” he said.

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N6 calls Beyonce a ‘culture vulture’, ‘witch’ and ‘werey’ after her statement on the Lekki toll gate shootings

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OAP Nnamdi “N6” Nwabasili has slammed Beyonce following her statement on the shooting of End SARS protesters at the Lekki toll gate.

N6, who says he was at the Lekki toll gate when the shootings happened and has narrated the incident via his Instagram, shared Beyonce’s statement on the shootings to his Instagram Stories. He then tore her apart for it.

He called her a “culture vulture” who finally spoke up only after she saw blood. He also called her a “witch” and said he’s not surprised she has been silent all along when she was also silent while her sister beat her husband up in an elevator.

In another slide, he called her a “werey” ( mad person) and said her message as regards End SARS is “tone deaf”.

He also rubbished Beyonce’s claim in her statement that she is “collaborating with coalitions to provide emergency healthcare, food and shelter.”

N6 asked which Nigerian has received “Beyonce’s care package” then asked her if Ngerians told her they are hungry.

He said she’s lying, adding that only ”Americans and senseless people hail her and buy her overpriced Chinese knockoff Ivy leggings.”

“Cancelled in Nigeria forever. Werey,” he wrote at the end of his message.

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‘Enough is truly enough’- Janet Jackson lends her voice to #EndSARS campaign

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Janet Jackson has lend her voice to the #EndSARS campaign.

In a statement, she released to her Twitter account, the American singer praised brave Nigerian youths for their courageous fight for a better Nigeria and said those behind the killings and brutality of EndSARS protesters have brought shame to the nation.

See her full statement below.

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I lost my brother to Nigeria’s bad healthcare system — Rema

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Singer Rema has recounted how he lost his brother to Nigeria’s bad healthcare system.

In a tweet he shared, Rema revealed that his brother was cut wrongly while being operated on with a candle light.

The singer who disclosed that his brother bled to death thereafter, added that politicians keep diverting the money meant for good healthcare system and borrowing while using the country’s pain as a format.

Rema tweeted;

I lost my Brother to Nigeria’s bad healthcare system, they did a surgery on him with a candle light they cut him wrongly and he bled to death. The money to provide good healthcare system is in an old man’s foreign account and they keep borrowing using our pain as their format.

We’ve lost a lot of people to the decisions of a few people.

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