Happie Boys return to social media, ignore rumour of deportation from Cyprus

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Former security guards turned content creators, Matthew Kelechi and Amakor Johnson, popularly known as Happie Boys, have paid deaf ears to the rumour that they have been deported to Nigeria from Cyprus.

The young men were sent on scholarship to Cyprus by Apostle Chibuzor Chinyere of Omega Power Ministry (OPM). The latter was unable to continue the scholarship due to the fall of the naira, but the duo refused to return to Nigeria to continue their scholarship in Africa.

It was later rumoured that they were arrested in Cyprus and detained before being deported.

But the Happie Boys have remained silent over the rumour despite returning to social media on Monday after being away for over three weeks.

They posted a clip from their skit titled “First day in driving school”.

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Some Instagram users immediately took to the comment section, wondering if the Happie Boys had returned to Nigeria.

One user @Iambolubenson wrote: “I no kuku believe say una go prison before, all na promotion, na those wey believe am I just dey look.”

Another with the handle @Everydaynigeriaig wrote: “Are them boys back?”

Also, @Oge_herself reacted: “Welcome back to Nigeria.”

Another user @Mrclzzy said: “If you believe say they arrest this (sic) boys, you’re on your own maybe they be wan use am take cashout.”

This user @Uwaifouwa wrote: “I hope this skit is not from the prison.”