The lead singer of Governor Wike’s band has debunked rumours that he passed away in a car crash
Sharing horrific photos from the unfortunate incident, the musician revealed that his car somersaulted 8 times before landing in the bush
Bamidele also shared a brief detail of how the accident happened as Nigerians thanked God on his behalf
The lead singer of the Governor of Rivers state’s Nyesom Wike’s band, Sensational Bamidele has a lot to be thankful for.
The singer was recently involved in a ghastly car crash, leaving his car completely written off and hi suffering body injuries.
Bamidele shared photos of himself covered in blood while receiving medical treatment.
Sharing details of the terrible car crash, the singer debunked rumours that he passed away even though some people seemed to have lost their lives in the same accident.
“He moves mountains And he cause walls to fall. By his power he performed miracles. And am standing here only because He made away ….Guys and families … SENSATIONAL BAMIDELE IS ALIVE TO GIVE GOD MORE ND MORE PRAISE FOR HIS MERCIES ENDURETH FOR EVER My bois that where with me are also Alive to join in the praise … glory to God who stood tall and said it’s not yet time … Amen. This is my vehicle that somersaulted over 8 tyimes into the bush from the road. May the souls of the departed Rest in peace. That had a head on coalition with us The devil came so very late … Please debunk the rumours because I am alive .IF GOD BE FOR ME.”
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Nigerians react to Bamidele’s post
“May the mighty hand of God cover you @sensationalbamidele_official always. Thank you Jesus for protection.”
“Ah ha… To God be the Glory .. Jesus what is this? Thank God for life,, so sorry @sensationalbamidele_official “
“Oh my God! Thank God for for Life.”
“Oh my goodness… thank God for life my brother….. ah! Thank God ooooo.”
“Thank God for Divine intervention. God preserve you even more. ❤️”
“Ahhh Jesu! God I am very grateful. Thank you for the life of my bro @sensationalbamidele_official.”
Many Ghanaians were left confused on January 23 and 24 after a strange combination of letters started trending wildly on social media, especially Twitter.
The words include WKHKYD, WBHBYD, and some other versions that have popped up on different timelines.
Information gathered by YEN.com.gh confirms that the trend originated from one TikToker called Star Gee who had been making content for a while but never went so viral until now.
The original video saw Star Gee passionately addressing an issue to another individual. The full context of his complaint is not known but the part that was captured saw him saying, “When you tell mom about it, she will ask you, ‘What did you go there to do?'”
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Star Gee made the statement in Twi, so the last portion read: “Wo ko ho ko y3 d3n”.
Gradually, the video gathered steam online and many quoted it as a response to different social media posts like they do with memes.
To make it simpler to type, “wo ko ho ko y3 d3n” was abbreviated into WKHKYD and others came up with another version “wo ba ha b3 y3 d3n” (WBHBYD) which means, “What did you come here to do?” and others.
Watch the original video below:
Watch another video of Star Gee below:
Meet the lady behind the viral Nana Kafra meme
In another story, a Ghanaian woman’s voice which had become a viral meme was finally found.
During an interview, the Muslim lady recounted how a cow was being tied up in a truck when a gentleman named Nana got unfortunately shoved to the floor by the energetic animal.
Out of reflex, the woman exclaimed the words that have now become an online sensation used in numerous social media skits for fun.