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Nollywood actress, Irebami Olakanmi shares how her abusive ex-boyfriend forced her to become a prayer warrior for Chelsea

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Irebami Olakanmi has shared a horror domestic violence experience with her estranged boyfriend.

According to the filmmaker, she was abused and tortured by her boyfriend because of her love for football.

In a shocking revelation on Twitter, Olakanmi shared that she used to be a Manchester United fan before he boyfriend forced her into becoming a Blue.

He would force her into watching Chelsea matches and turn her into a prayer warrior for the Blues when they lost a game while ensuring she never celebrated or mentioned anything related to Manchester United.

This is not a script
Olakanmi narrated her ordeal in the thread titled ‘My domestic violence experience’.

The Thespian and scriptwriter confirmed that she was not sharing a script but a real-life story that happened to her.

“He was a Chelsea fan while I was supporting ManU but I dare not support my club openly, I dare not jubilate if we win,” she stated.

“I turned into a prayer warrior for Chelsea to win all for peace to reign, else it’s gonna be a war zone.”

“He won’t eat my food and I dare not eat also, why? Chelsea didn’t win the match. It must be a sorrowful moment for us in the house, I have to beg him to eat else I’ll sleep starving.”

“If he’s not at home, I must watch the match and tell him in detailed how it went.”

She added;

“If by chance I slept off and didn’t watch the match, hell will be a better place for me to stay that day.

“Forcing me to support a club against my will, forcing me to watch and narrate the match. Normally if I hear Chelsea, I ought to be having PTSD.”

“This is not a movie or script I’m working on, this is my true life story.”

Manchester United and Chelsea will go head-to-head this weekend in the Premier League.

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In the viral footage, Eto’o, who is the president of the Cameroon Football Association, could be seen leaving Stadium 974 following the conclusion of the second-round match between Brazil and Korea on Monday.

The video initially shows the 41-year-old gleefully indulging fans’ demand for selfies and snapshots.

An unknown man with a hand-held camera and microphone approaches Eto’o with some questions.

Shortly, the footage cuts to the four-time African footballer of the year becoming hostile and being held back by his entourage.

He eventually wrestles himself free from the pacifiers and charges toward the cameraman, who is now bending down.

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He said “The Back to School projects have been carried out in FCT- Abuja, Kaduna and Sokoto with Borno state in the pipeline.

“As part of our structure, the introduction of a Junior Golf Championship program is a carefully thought out decision solely focused on continuously promoting peace and education through sports especially through the Golf Championship Scholarship programs as this will reduce the large number of out of school children and engage their minds for a better future.

“The Junior Golf Championship program is created to connect young golfers from all parts of Nigeria and beyond. Our goal is to provide youths with a premier golf experience, encourage and support their education through the provision of scholarship opportunities.”

Onus added that the championship would promote unity and build a greater understanding among golfers of different cultures and values adding that the event which would be hosted by T.Y.B. Golf Club Abuja, from December 16 to 18, 2022 will attract 120 junior golfers from 36 states including the FCT.

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Hospitalized football icon Pele says he’s ‘strong, with a lot of hope’

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Brazilian football legend Pele said on Saturday that he feels “strong, with a lot of hope” despite medical problems that have kept the 82-year-old sports icon in the hospital with a respiratory infection.

Pele, widely regarded as the greatest footballer of all time, was hospitalized earlier this week amid ongoing colon cancer treatments.

“My friends, I want to keep everyone calm and positive,” Pele said in an Instagram post. “I’m strong, with a lot of hope and I follow my treatment as usual.”

Doctors treating Pele said earlier Saturday that the Brazilian legend remained “stable,” with his condition not having deteriorated over the last day.

Pele “has had a good response to care without any worsening in the clinical picture in the last 24 hours,” doctors at Sao Paulo’s Albert Einstein Hospital said in a statement.

Doctors made no reference to media reports earlier on Saturday that the three-time World Cup winner was receiving end-of-life care.

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