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Girl reportedly sacked for attending Peter Obi’s rally starts work at Apostle Chibuzor’s press

Founder of Omega Power Ministries Apostle Chibuzor Chinyere has revealed the identity of a girl reportedly sacked for attending a two-million-man rally in support of Peter Obi’s presidential ambition in Port Harcourt, Rivers State capital.

In a Facebook post on Friday, September 2, Chinyere revealed the girl’s name to be Regina Barizaasi, a native of Ogoni in Rivers State.

He said her parents live in a village in Ogoni where they farm and that she lives with her sister in Port Harcourt.

On Thursday, the preacher claimed she was officially off duty from a hotel where she worked on the day she attended the rally.

Ms Barizaasi, according to the cleric, is a student of Ignatius Ajuru University of Education.

Chinyere said he interviewed her and found out she was gifted.

“So starting from today 1 September 2022, she does not need to look for school fees for Ajuru university, because I have added her name to OPM local university scholarship till graduation,” he said.

Chinyere added that she was paid N20,000 at the hotel but he would double her pay to N40,000 while she works at his water factory.

“I have given her automatic employment to resume immediately in my water factory with double her former salary from 20k to 40k,” he added.

However, he said on Friday that after an interview she was moved to the OPM ultra-modern printing press where she will be most needed. The clergyman added that her salary will now be N50,000.

“After an interview one on one with her, it was decided to move her to another department where she would be needed.

“So she will no longer be working at the water factory. She has now started work at our OPM ultramodern printing press. Salary now 50k including university scholarship. God is always ready to turn your sorrow to joy,” he said.

Earlier this year, Chinyere relocated the family of Deborah Samuel from Niger State to Port Harcourt. Ms Samuel was lynched at Shehu Shagari College of Education in Sokoto on allegation of blasphemy.

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