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Wahala: Nigerian woman shouts “Ellu P” during her testimony in popular church 

A Nigerian woman named Victory Atinuke shouted the recent popular phrase “Ellu P.” while delivering her testimony at a Living Faith Church.

The popular phrase she said was obtained from a video showing Labour Party (LP) member Stephen Muoka chanting the party’s initials as an INEC officer was counting Peter Obi’s votes at a polling place.

In the 30-second video posted on TikTok by @kinosi01, she said sorry after Victory shouted the same popular phrase, but the church members were already laughing.

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No weapons fashioned against LP shall prosper

After she said it, she continued her testimony on how she wanted to thank God for adding another year to her life. 

While Victory was talking, the minister who was in charge of taking the testimonies and was holding the microphone had to interrupt her to calm the congregation.

Some netizens felt she did it intentionally, even though it was clear that she had made a mistake. 

Reactions: OBI don turn people to mumu

On the internet, the funny video has received a range of responses.

@Chibunwanne Wealth:This girl is funny

@user6376156927126:OBI don turn people to mumu ????

@Ngozi Nnaji839:No weapons fashioned against LP shall prosper in Jesus Christ mighty name ??????❤️??????????

@Ikechukwu Molokwu:???She is an embodiment of LP ??????

@Viktor:that’s the result of watching too much TikTok ???

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Meanwhile, a Nigerian man became famous after releasing a song with Labour Party and Peter Obi’s name in it.

Twenty-four hours after releasing the song he recorded, he gained popularity as many Nigerians were impressed by his talent.

The video of him singing was recorded at his polling unit on the day of the elections. It was reposted by Tunde Ednut and became viral twenty-four hours later.