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Halima Abubakar Calms Fans Amidst Growing Concern For Her Life

Nollywood actress Halima Abubakar has responded to her fans amidst the growing concern for her welfare following her declaration online.

You will recall that Halima Abubakar rocked the internet when she confirmed the rumours of her sexual encounter with famous Nigerian cleric, Apostle Suleiman and other top Nollywood stars that were making rounds.

A controversial blog, Gist Lover, alleged that Apostle Suleiman was involved in multiple relationships with Nigerian entertainment celebrities and undergraduate ladies, including Big Brother Naija stars.

Halima Abubakar confirmed Gist Lover’s reports when she shared some screenshots to show the previous interactions between her and the apostle.

Following Halima Abubakar’s online confession, fans have expressed worry that the actress’s life is at stake, with different reports making rounds on the internet.

Reacting to the reports, Halima Abubakar shared a video of herself with a grateful caption, wishing to see her lovers soon.

The actress urged everyone to get a lot of rest and stay safe.

She wrote: Thank you all for your prayers

See you soon

Be safe out there pls. Monkeypox is on the rise.

Get a lot of rest. The world will wait.

We had told you that Halima Abubakar disclosed that she bled for six months over what her friends did to her.

Halima made this revelation on Instagram when she advised her fans on the kinds of friends they should keep.

According to Abubakar, who is a native of Kogi, the incident made her know the importance of giving praises to God.

” I was able to remove sadness from my life.I bled for 6 months. Yes I did o. That’s why I thank God daily.

“Yes it happened to me. So be careful. A smiling face is an evil being. Dem go wan kill you because of roles and men. Be careful out there, people are evil. I am glad I am in my lane .I pray all and more is done to your own families, as you did too”.

Halima Abubakar, as you would recall, threw shades at her colleagues when she opined that bullies are not only in schools but also in the movie industry.

The actress made this known in an Instagram post where she claimed justice must be served concerning the case of late Sylvester Oromoni, allegedly bullied to death at Dowen College.

Halima Abubakar further shared her experience with higher institution bullies, claiming she repeated a semester because of them.

She promised to mention the names of bullies present in Nollywood.

In her words: I pray an arrest has been made by today. When I talk about bullies, believe me, they are everywhere. No one is safe, in their hatred, we are now adults still, not much is done. Young Sylvester’s death will be the last. Am a survivor of bullying.

Trust me even if a governor owns the school. Justice must be served. The perpetrators should be brought out .

And justice served, .so Sylvester can have closure and finally Rest In Peace.

BULLYING IS ACTUALLY RAMPART. THEY KEEP COVERING IT UP. AM A BORDER, AND I KNOW HOW SCHOOLS COVER CRIMES IN BOARDING SCHOOLS.#justiceforslyvester#saynotobullies

THEY ARE RIGHT; IF YOU REPORT, YOU SNITCHED.BEATING, MOLESTATION, PUNISHMENTS FROM SENIORS OR EVEN UR OWN MATE.

KINDLY STOP AND TALK TO UR KIDS. MANY MORE ARE HIDDEN. LOOK, EVEN IN NOLLYWOOD, WE HAVE BULLIES, AND I WILL NAME THEM ALL.

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