Nigerian dance duo, the Happie Boys, have been deported to Nigeria from Cyprus and have arrived back in the country.
Their return has sparked considerable attention and speculation.
The Happie Boys, who gained fame for their incredible dance skills, were arrested and subsequently detained in Cyprus due to their lack of a valid student permit.
The initial cause of their arrest was reported to be their inability to pay their school fees, which ultimately resulted in the cancellation of their permits.
This dramatic turn of events comes after the Happie Boys’ journey from working at a Chicken Republic outlet, where they were let go due to their inability to resist dancing during working hours.
Their fortunes took a positive turn when they were granted scholarships to further their education in Cyprus, sponsored by Apostle Chibuzor Chinyere, the founder of Omega Power Ministries (OPM).
However, their good fortune soured when a video surfaced online, accusing the pastor of abandoning them in Cyprus.
In response, the pastor claimed to have arranged for their return tickets so they could resume their studies in Nigeria.
Yet, the Happie Boys, appreciative of his previous support, refused to leave Cyprus, drawing the ire of another prominent religious leader, Apostle Suleman of Omega Fire Ministries, who vowed to bring them back to Nigeria.
As of now, the Happie Boys have returned to Nigeria, where they have been reported to be staying in a hotel in Utako, Abuja.
Their sudden return and the circumstances surrounding it have captured the attention of the public, raising questions about their future and the events that led to their deportation from Cyprus.