Happie Boys, the social media sensation, has apologised to Chibuzor Chinyere, the general overseer of Omega Power Ministry (OPM) for their ‘wrongdoings”. 


The duo became popular after they were sacked from their job at an eatery in Aba, Abia state, for dancing while on duty.

Shortly after their dismissal, the pair — born Matthew Precious Kelechi and Amakor Johnson — were granted scholarships by Chinyere to study in Cyprus.

The duo later accused their benefactor of leaving them stranded in Cyprus.


The matter left both parties at loggerheads, with the clergyman hurling expletive-laden commentaries at the duo.

Chinyere later offered them the option to return to continue their studies in Nigeria or the Benin Republic.

They, however, rejected the offer, saying they no longer needed scholarships or financial assistance from the church.


But in an Instagram post on Thursday, Happie Boys begged Chinyere to forgive their shortcomings.

They also lamented that “things are not going well for us” while calling for the cleric’s blessings.

The duo promised never to talk about matters related to Chinyere again.

“Greetings, guys. We are here to say a very big sorry to Nigerians, most especially Papa OPM worldwide. We know that we have wronged him, and we have admitted our mistakes. Please find a place in your heart and forgive us. Even if he wants us to come back to Nigeria right now just to get his forgiveness, we are going to come back. Guys, we are really sorry. Nigerians, please, you guys should forgive us,” they said.


“Daddy OPM, we are really sorry. Anywhere you are, please find a way in your heart to forgive us. We know that we have wronged you, and we have admitted the mistakes.

“You took us out of Nigeria to Cyprus. You took us out of trenches to this good life. Daddy, we are really sorry. We are very, very sorry. We admit all the mistakes. Everything that happened, we blame ourselves for that. Even if the video wan come out, e no suppose be on phone. E no suppose be from us.

“Things are not going well for us. Things are not really going well for us. We need your blessings. Daddy, we need your blessings. We know we have hurt a lot of Nigerians.

“And we will not talk about anything concerning you again for the rest of our lives. This is a promise, sir. We want to move further.”


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