Olakunle Churchill, the Nigerian businessman, says the living conditions of “people who tried to pull me down” have deteriorated.


In a recent Instagram post, Churchill described his critics as “agents of envy”.

He argued that they have been “weaving a tale of negativity” and planning for his “destruction” since 2016.

The businessman also said those who have tried to bring him down often find themselves stuck or facing deteriorating life conditions.


“Almost a decade ago, I embarked on a path fueled by a commitment to goodness, education, and positive change,” he said.

“Along the way, I faced challenges orchestrated by agents of envy. They whispered doubts, attempting to derail the journey I was destined to tread.

“I invested in education of so many and engaged in humanitarian works. I have attended the best schools and strived relentlessly to become a better person.


“Yet, the tongues of these agents never ceased to wag, weaving a tale of negativity. They think their evil can overshadow the grace I carry.

“Watch those who have tried to pull me down, they are always stagnant or their live conditions have deteriorated.

“These agents of envy are from the same camp since 7 years ago, they eat and dine together as they plan the next step of destruction.

“However, I stand unwavering, because I am a child of God. If God be for me, who dared to be against me?”


It remains to be seen who Churchill is calling out.

Churchill and Tonto Dikeh, the actress, tied the knot in 2015 but the union ended two years later. The union was blessed with a son.

In February 2021, Churchill confirmed his marriage to Rosy Meurer, another actress.


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