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OAP Freeze secures bail and pays one year rent for mother of three who was jailed for one month by her landlady

Remember the story about three siblings who were left to fend for themselves after their parents, Taofik Aremu and Latifat Aremu were arrested and remanded in prison, read here. Their mum, Latifat, was arrested after she had a disagreement with their landlady over rent and she was taken to the Olosan Police station in Mushin, where she spent over a month, because she couldn't afford the bail of N50,000. Well the good news is that OAP Freeze and some of his team, sprung into action by securing bail for the woman, paid her rent for a year and are now trying to reunite her with her children. Read what he wrote after the cut....


"This is Lateefa, a mother of 3. She was imprisoned for over a month wrongfully, by her landlady. -
The #FreeTheSheeple movement freed her from prison through our wonderful Barrister BUKKY, got the case against her thrown out of court. We went on to contribute towards her rent and paid for 1 year. Now we are uniting her with her children, who were taken into government custody.
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This is what we do.... All the blogs report about usis negative. But while you are busy criticizing us, we are touching lives and freeing sheeple from yahoo boy pastors.
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P.S the widow we contributed money for was so excited, she said the last time she saw the type of money we gave her was 10yrs ago. Her husband died leaving her with nothing 10 years ago... her 8yr son died a few months ago.. Don't just comment on the internet, touch a life, it's what we do! ~FRZ
#FreeTheSheeple 🙏"
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