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OPM Overseer Offers Scholarship To Deborah’s Siblings, Promises Parents Job

Chibuzor Chinyere, the General Overseer of Omega Power Ministries, on Monday awarded scholarships to Deborah Samuel’s siblings, a 200-level student at Sokoto’s Shehu Shagari College of Education, who was slain last Thursday for allegedly blaspheming Prophet Muhammad.

In March, Apostle Chinyere gave scholarships to two Nigerian security guards who had been fired for dancing on the job.

The security guards, known as ‘The Happy Boys,’ have now left the nation to pursue their studies.

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Deborah’s murder sparked national outrage, prompting her mother, Aileri Emmanuel, to vow that she would never bring her other children to school.


“I have no demands; I don’t want anything,” Emmanuel said of her daughter’s death, “but one thing I know is that my children will never go to school again.”

Deborah’s father, Garba Emmanuel, a security guard with the Niger State Water and Sanitation Authority, said that he paid for Deborah’s education with all of his funds.

In a Facebook post in response to the incident, Chinyere offered Deborah’s parents employment and a better life.

“I just viewed a video clip where Deborah Samuel’s parents claimed they will not take their children to school again,” the cleric wrote. Please, no.

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“Anyone with their contacts should inform them immediately that I Apostle Chibuzor Chinyere the General Overseas of OPM Church is relocating them to Port Harcourt.

“They would be staying in one of the OPM free estates where they will never pay rent forever.


“All their children are given automatic scholarships in OPM Free schools.

“I will get the father a job and I also open a shop for the mother.

“Please get in touch with them immediately.”



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