A prophet who identified himself as Oba Ewulomi has claimed that he can resurrect the late Nigerian singer Ilerioluwa Aloba, aka Mohbad.
News recalls that Mohbad died under controversial circumstances on September 12, 2023, and was buried the next day.
His body was later exhumed for autopsy after a widespread outcry for a thorough investigation into his sudden demise.
The corpse was deposited at the morgue after an autopsy was conducted, according to the police.
Now, Prophet Ewulomi has demanded access to the singer’s corpse, promising to resurrect him.
Speaking in a mixture of English and Yoruba in a video making the rounds on X, the prophet insisted that “Mohbad can still live again.”
He said, “Promise Imole Mohbad can still live again. Give me access to his corpse and I will wake him up. Yes.”
I was unconscious for three days, rituals were performed to revive me – Oladips
Nigerian rapper, Oladipupo Oladimeji, aka Oladips, who was recently reported dead by his management, has revealed that he was actually unconscious for three days.
He said his situation was not a death hoax as speculated, stressing that “traditional rites” were performed to revive him.
He disclosed this in a recent interview with Naija FM, Lagos.
Oladips said, “I was unconscious, my team members were hitting me and I wasn’t responding so they thought I was dead. My mum told them not to take me to the hospital that they should bring me to her.
“I was unconscious for two to three days. I went to the hospital but it wasn’t the regular hospital. I am a son of the soil, everybody knows that. So, I’m not going to pretend. Some traditional rites were performed to revive me. My mum did all she could to bring me back to life.”
‘I battled postpartum depression’ – BBNaija’s Bambam
Former Big Brother Naija contestant, Bamike Adenibuyan popularly known as Bambam, has recounted her struggles with childbirth and postpartum depression.
In a recent interview with popular media personality, Chude Jideonwo, Bambam said she was diagnosed with preeclampsia during her first pregnancy.
The mother of two said pregnancy transformed her body.
While appreciating her husband, Teddy A
for being supportive during the transition phases of her pregnancy, Bambam said she ignored online trolls who mocked her for gaining weight because “they can’t understand”.
“I would never have imagined my body would get this thick but thank God for supportive husbands like mine. Imagine having a husband who was not open to the transition phases I went through with each pregnancy.
“My second pregnancy was even more merciful than the first. I went from Maroon to black, from size 8 to 14/16. I had skin tags and acne breakouts.
“I was in shock. I went through postpartum depression. I was a mess. I didn’t understand. I literally transformed.
“I had to ask the doctor, why is my baby so white looking?’ She had grey eyes and now they are brown. She looked so different. I had preeclampsia with her pregnancy, by the time I arrived at the hospital she had detached from my placenta.
“My pregnancy phase was a miracle. Postpartum depression was because I kept playing all the what if in my head.”
Why I love polygamous families’ – Singer Teni
Popular Nigerian singer Teniola Apata, professionally called Teni, has revealed why she loves a polygamous family.
She disclosed this while recounting some of her fond memories of being raised in a polygamous household.
Speaking during an episode of the Zero Conditions Podcast, Teni, who disclosed that her late father married three wives and had 10 children, said she enjoyed her upbringing in a polygamous home and preferred it to being raised in a monogamous home.
She said: “I grew up in a polygamous family with many people, where you can’t do rubbish. I received a lot of love and protection. Three wives, 10 children. Huge respect to my bloodline! I get along with all of my siblings, though there are levels of closeness.
“Any other way is boring. If I come back to this life again, I want to come to the same family. How can I be in a monogamous house where all of us will be sitting down; no chaos?
“There is love in my family because the person wey born us dey craze sha. Do you know what it is to hear gunshots and go to where the gunshots came from? That’s not normal.
“It was like my father planned his future and his death. So before he died, he taught his wives everything, including how to shoot, and when he passed, they used the skill. That’s how our family is still able to remain intact even after my dad’s death.”
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