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I am now a new man – Tiwa Savage’s husband Tee Billz reveals

- Tiwa Savage estranged husband Tee Billz talks about the new him 

- The showbiz promoter says life now has a nw meaning to him after he was saved from killing himself 

- He also reveals his new relationship with his singer wife plus how he has saved other people in similar situation as him Tiwa Savage’s estranged husband Tee Billz has revealed that he has saved many people from taking their lives in recent weeks.

 Born Tunde Balogun, the showbiz promoter who at the height of his marital crisis with his singer’s wife in April 2016 tried to take his own life by jumping into the lagoon around the Lekki area of Lagos said that God has been using his experience to rescue many people attempting to do a similar thing.

 To have arrived at being a life coach, Tee Billz had gone through rehabilitation through his life coach Lanre Olusola. He said without being pushed to the limits by those personal and marital hurdles, he won’t become the better man he is today. 


Pastor holds cutlass in a bid to 'deal with the devil'

 - The photo of an ‘aggressive’ pastor praying with cutlass has gone viral 
- The man of God made cutlass his praying mantle as he prayed in the church 
An unidentified pastor was seen praying with cutlass in a picture. Men of God have devised different methods of praying as they use different objects as mantles based on the ‘revelations’ they receive. 
In this case, people are spooked after the black pastor wielded cutlass in the church while ministering. Some members of the congregation standing close to the pulpit also held cutlasses in hand as they prayed.
 Some pastors and their church members prefer to pray in ways considered weird by other people. Many people shared the belief that the pastor held the cutlass so as to ‘deal with the devil’. Some also questioned how far people need to go when praying. 


The pastor and some members of his church holding cutlasses as they prayed.
 Nigerians are used to handkerchiefs and anointing oils, however, holding the cutlass while in church is a fa…