It's quite important and necessary for everyone to be one's brother's keeper, as there are indeed strange things which goes on all around the world.This is the action of a man who has chosen to share what he was told by a lady whom he chatted with, while also calling the attention of the security.
Some people in the country have experienced police brutality where police officers or armed forces brutalize the armless citizens. Many people are not happy with the way things are done in the country with the armed people oppressing the masses. A man "Oluyemi Fasipe" has reported what Sars did to this man after he was allegedly arrested alongside some kidnappers. The young man was allegedly shot by a SARS official after he was arrested alongside kidnappers. The man's leg was amputated due to the damage caused
Recently, a Nigerian man, Oluyemi Fasipe took to the micro-blogging platform, Twitter to publicize a piece of disturbing news about how a lady chatted him up in the early hours of Tuesday morning that she was about to be used for ritual.Mr. Oluyemi Fasipe who is the Ondo State Youth Representative revealed that the lady chatted him up on Whatsapp and almost immediately blocked him the moment he tried to gather more information about her location so that help could be sent her way.
The current crisis between Christians and Muslims worshippers in Kwara State is gradually turning into a dangerous religious fight, after an aledge video of Muslims faithful throwing stones into a Christian Church surfaces online.
A good but heartbreaking news coming in from Akure, the Ondo State capital indicate that the court has discharged and acquitted an innocent man after spending five (5) years in prison. Now, the heartbreaking part of this report is that operatives of the disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), shot him in the process of mistakenly arresting him and this led to his leg been amputated. According to Oluyemi Fasipe, a Youth Advocate based in Ondo State — the innocent man was arrested alongside some kidnappers.
A Twitter user identified as "Oluyemi Fasipe" has taken to his Twitter page to dig up an old case concerning the ex-governor of Delta state, James Ibori.
Mixed Reactions As Man Who Identifies As A Pastor Claims To Like Women Who Wear Waist Beads (Photos)
People have personal preferences irrespective of their religious beliefs or the positions which they hold. But do you think that they should publicly air their personal opinions on controversial matters knowing that it could cause outrage from people of the same religious beliefs? Here's a young man on Twitter, Oluyemi Fasipe who identifies as Igbalode Pastor.
A clergyman identified as Oluyemi Fasipe, famously know as Igbalode pastor, has taken to his Twitter handle to give his honest opinion about wearing waist beads and leg chains. According to his tweets, the pastor said "if it is okay by your religious belief to wear a neck chain, tell me how wearing a hand or leg chain is a sin.
Aisha Yesufu who is a Nigerian activist and a businesswoman has taken to her Official Twitter handle to react after a Twitter user identified as Oluyemi Fasipe shared a photo of a lady who allegedly beat a boy suspected to be her son to stupor. While sharing on his Twitter page, Oluyemi Fasipe asked, "How can you beat a child like this?
I Once Heard Gov Akeredolu Gave Me N5 Million To Stop Akure EndSARS Protest But I Ignored -Youth Rep
Ondo State youth representative and advocate, Oluyemi Fasipe has denied a rumour he allegedly came across that the governor of Ondo State, Governor Rotimi Akeredolu gave him a whooping sum of five million Naira (5,000,000) to put a stop to EndSARS protest in the state capital of Akure. It can be recalled that sometimes late last year, there was a widespread national protest against police brutality and bad governance tagged "EndSARS", and the Ondo youth has come out to deny any rumour of bribery from the state
Nollywood veteran actress, scriptwriter and fitness model, Kate Henshaw has taunted President Buhari’s new executive order regarding Covid19. The 49-year-old mother of one, replied a tweet from one Oluyemi Fasipe who called the attention of the general public to adhere to Buhari’s 2021 Covid19 regulation executive order, in order to avoid being jailed for 6 months for negligence. Henshaw, however replied taunting the executive order saying; “They should start quick.. They should start building bigger
Information reaching our news desk has it that fulani herdsmen have stabbed a farmer and left him unconscious in Akure, the capital city of Ondo State while he was working in his farm. It was gathered that fellow farmers responded swiftly and rushed him to the nearest hospital for proper medical attention. Photos credited to Nairaland According to one Oluyemi Fasipe, a youth advocate in the State said that troubled started when the farmer whose name was yet to be ascertained as at time of receiving this report,
Aisha Yesufu's reaction after Boko Haram released Video of Child Soldiers has kindled Online Discussion
Hours after the Abubakar Shakarau led Boko Haram group released a 16 minutes video which appeared to show Child soldiers in training, famous activist, Aisha Yesufu's reaction has kindled major reactions on the operations of Nigeria's security Operatives.
A certain man Oluyemi Fasipe, who claims to be a youth advocate, today on Twitter narrated how he encountered a man who regained his freedom today after being kept in prison for 5 years in Ondo State. A man whose name was not mentioned, was said to have been discharged and acquitted by the court of law today after he was found innocent. He was said to be arrested alongside some kidnappers by some SARS operatives in which he was shot and in the process his leg was amputated. After regaining his freedom, Mr. Oluyemi
Nigerian pastor advises women to look sexy, says he loves women that wear waist beads and leg chains
A Nigerian pastor has shared his thoughts concerning women that put on waist beads, leg chains with multiple ear piercings. In a post shared on Twitter, the man known as Oluyemi Fasipe, who described himself as a pastor, advised women to wear makeup and look sexy because it not a sin.
I Drove Through Lekki Toll Gate Yesterday, Tears Roll Down My Eyes — Youth Representative, Oluyemi Fasipe. Oluyemi Fasipe, an Ondo Youth Representative, a social media influencer, has narrated how he was emotionally thrilled when he drove through Lekki Toll Gate yesterday, Sunday. Lekki Toll Gate gained international gained, so much publicity when it became the most important venue of #EndSARS protests last year and more importantly, when officers of the Nigerian Army and Nigerian police allegedly opened live
Former Presidential aspirant, Adamu Garba has once again retreated his stance that he wasn't against EndSARS protests despite speaking against the movement during the protests. Adamu Garba, who has come under heavy criticism from Nigerians on social media for his words during EndSARS protest, has already pleased for forgiveness from those that got offended by his actions during the protests. Despite his earlier video apology on his Twitter handle, some Nigerian youths seems to have turned deaf ears to his claim,
Since the Lagos State Judicial Panel of Enquiry and Restitution for Victims of SARS related Abuses, approved the returned control of the Lekki Toll Gate plaza to its owners, so many people have taken to social media to air their respective opinions. Some persons have condemned the re-opening of the tollgate because of various reasons. Just a moment ago, a Nigerian man identified as Oluyemi Fasipe took to his Twitter account and revealed what happened to him yesterday after he passed through Lekki toll gate
After Governor Samuel Ortom was attacked on the Makurdi-Gboko Road by about 15 armed herders in an attempt to assassinate him(Gov.
There are certain behaviours that are not tolerated by people practicing certain religions and these people have their reason for it. Some Christians are against the wearing of waist beads, excessive make-up, and multiple piercings. Some of them see these things as worldly and they have discouraged people from doing them.