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Apostle Chibuzor Finally Addresses Rift With Viral Security Guards aka Happie Boys

Posted by Thandiubani on Wed 14th Jun, 2023 - tori.ng

Apostle Chibuzor clarified that the scholarship halt affected other students as well, and he had communicated the situation to their parents.

 
Apostle Chibuzor Gift Chinyere has broken his silence following rift with former security guards, Happie Boys.
 
The young men had made some damning accusations against the prominent clergyman based in Port Harcourt.
 
The viral duo, Matthew Precious Kelechi and Amakor Johnson, publicly called out the philanthropist, accusing him of discontinuing their fully funded scholarship and allegedly leaving them without assistance in Cyprus.
 
Reacting to the accusations, Apostle Chibuzor took to his Facebook page to provide his side of the story.
 
He revealed that he had paused the funding of their scholarship due to the increased dollar rate, which had placed a significant financial burden on him.
 
The clergyman explained that he has more than 4,000 individuals on his scholarship programs, and the escalating costs became overwhelming.
 
Apostle Chibuzor clarified that the scholarship halt affected other students as well, and he had communicated the situation to their parents.
 
He offered them the alternative of allowing their children to continue their studies at any university in Nigeria or Benin Republic, considering the financial constraints he faced.
 
Despite the manner in which Happie Boys handled the situation, Apostle Chibuzor expressed his forgiveness towards them.
 
He expressed his willingness to restore their scholarship at any university in Nigeria or Benin Republic.
  
He wrote;
 
“I also communicated to every parent and gave them options either to return to Nigeria and continue their studies or go to Benin Republic. Now, because of God and as a father, I have decided to forgive Happie Boys for whatever 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 Benin Republic. I have instructed the matron, whom I employed to take care of them, to arrange their ticket to return to Nigeria.” 
 
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