“I Was An Ex-Militant” – Singer Duncan Mighty Confesses (Video)

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Duncan Mighty, a Nigerian musician, has openly confessed that he was once a militant.

In a recent interview, the musician claimed that he was part of the Niger Delta militancy some years ago.

He claims that God spared his life multiple times when he was a member of a militant group.

In a recent interview with 3Music in Accra, Ghana, Duncan Mighty said:

“I was involved in the Niger Delta crisis.
“God has saved my life severally. I am a Port Harcourt boy. I am not from Lagos. I come from the South South, from the war zone before the amnesty.
“I have been involved with a lot of community activities that had to do with protecting of our people, oil.
“But when fame came, nobody know I am that boy who was in the creeks back in the days.”
He also revealed that he was a drummer in the church before switching to secular music.
“I was the first drummer for Christ Embassy in Port Harcourt,” he said.

In other news, The embattled actress Eniola Ajao has conveyed a unique message to Nigerians. She praised them for viewing her film ‘Beast of Two Worlds’: ‘Ajakaju’ after it set a new milestone.

Recall that the filmmaker received harsh criticism for recognizing the infamous transvestite Bobrisky as the ‘Best Dressed Female’ at the film’s debut.

In a statement on her Instagram page, Eniola thanked everyone who helped her movie reach 16 million views on its first day at the box office.

While thanking Nigerians for their forgiveness and the lessons she had learned, she commended Odunlade Adekola, Funke Akindele, and others.

She wrote:

“The cinema run of AJAKAJU, #beastoftwoworlds has taught me lessons, lessons I will not forget in a hurry. But this is not the time to dish out the lessons because I am not yet an expert at the box office!
Leave that to @funkejenifaakindele, @odunomoadekola, @femiadebayosalami, @iyaboojofespris @niyi_akinmolayan, @toyin_abraham and @realmercyaigbe what I am here to do today is to say THANK YOU. Nigerians, I am grateful. You allowed God to use you to turn my shame into testimony, sorrow into joy, and fear into courage. Eshe gan. I am glad we made 16m in one day, what an opening! But it is important I let you all know that this place I am in now is a journey that started before today.
I am grateful to my dearest Boss @odunladeadekola for taking me under his wings and leading me through this part. He co-directed this movie, lent me money, and was there through and through. My Nollywood story won’t be complete without him. Eshe gan. To my daddy @adebayotijani, thank you for being a good director. You helped me succeed.
“I am grateful to my colleagues from the Yoruba industry for standing by me, for posting, for reaching out, for meet and greet, and many other things. I am grateful to fans who have sent gifts, and money, and offered moral support. God bless you.
To my boss @femiadebayosalami and his beautiful wife @iyanaladuke thank you for your understanding. And to those who were dragged and trolled because of this movie, @dayoamusa, @bobrisky222, Nollywood, I am sorry but know that this success is for us all. You allowed God to use you to tell a beautiful story about me and Nollywood, Eshe gan. Oun rere la ma ba ara wase.
And to those who have said they will not support us—cast and crew—and are waiting for us to fail, I want to appreciate you too. It was because of you that I ran to God and Nigerians. See now, with God and Nigerians behind me, the story will end well.
To those I offended, forgive me. I’m just a small girl, treat me like your daughter and sister. Please let’s keep watching #beastoftwoworlds #ajakajuthemovie in all cinemas nationwide. Let’s create a new record together. @ajakajuthemovie.”
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