The program commenced with a call from a Ghanaian praising Nigeria over Ghana, sparking a discussion on the contrasting opinions people hold about the country. This led to reflections on the challenges faced in Nigeria and the need for effective governance. The Ordinary President emphasized the importance of leadership responsibility, citing the analogy of a man giving money to his wife for meat but later discovering she used intestines instead. He stressed the necessity for a more pragmatic and diplomatic approach to governance, highlighting the shortcomings of the previous administration and urging the present president to bring about positive change.
Following this, an update was shared by Etere Jasper, who claimed to have given N350,000 to Mr. Babangida Tanko for a job for his wife on November 2, 2022. Despite being promised the remaining balance and the job, he received only N20,000 and had yet to see the outstanding payment or job opportunity.
The remainder of the program delved into the continued case of Madam Blessing, who accused Pastor Prize Felix Aluko of redirecting her property and money. The pastor presented evidence to refute the allegations, asserting that the transactions were known to Madam Blessing’s husband. Regarding the car issue, the pastor claimed he was misled by Mr. Osita Ashara, a contractor, who had heard about the auction from Mr. Muhammad Ghana in Niger state. The Ordinary President ruled that the pastor needed to repay the full amount since he was enticed into the transaction.
In a surprising turn, it was concluded that the pastor was also a victim in the situation, and mediation was proposed. The Ordinary President contacted Madam Blessing to discuss the mediation process and instructed the pastor to engage with her husband.