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Monday, June 03, 2019

Reality Stars Teddy A And BamBam Visit KiriKri Prison Ahead Of Teddy's Birthday....

 BBNaija reality stars TeddyA and Bambam visited kirikiri prison to share foods and drinks to inmates and he shared a video on his Page......









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  1. So thoughtful cutie.❤
    Belated happy birthday to you.

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    2. Very thoughtful of him, I must say ❤

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    3. Sandra,belated is used when the birthday has passed. In this case, his birthday is in 4 days.

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  2. Nice one. If only those in charge will allow the food and drinks get to the prisoners.

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    1. They do! Once its food and drinks. They let them have them! But if its sachet provision, forget it. When visiting the prisons, take cooked meal, lots of bathroom slippers, Bibles and if a catholic, rosary.

      But detergents, milk any kind of beverage or mede mede, forget it.

      Its always a humbling experience.

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  3. My love for his two is unexplanable πŸ’“πŸ’“πŸ’“πŸ’“πŸ’“πŸ’“

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  4. Mtcheeeeew.
    You didnt see genuine innocent kids to give on the streets abi? Its straight to prison where the guards will eat everything, where u a prisoner before?

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    1. You better let them be before that Anon will come & ask you if it's your money

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    2. Una nor go kill me with laugh for this blog. Which one is Where you a prisoner before?

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    3. Realy? Someone decides to give back and you want to dictate how he does it? World pipo, una matter tire me. Haba!

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    4. Realy? Someone decides to give back and you want to dictate how he does it? World pipo, una matter tire me. Haba!

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    5. World pipo, I raise hand for you.😁😁😁😁

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  5. I thought they were not allowed to take pictures of the inmates.

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    1. And did you see the pictures of the inmates?




      *Larry was here*

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    2. You aren't supposed to show their faces in your photos.
      But again, In Nigeria everything goes.

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    3. So you think that old man with biabia and pot belly is a prisoner abi? LOL

      I remembered when my legion work was visitation of prisons, I went home after every visit feeling down. The condition of the prisoners affected me badly, I had to appeal to my president to change my work. Naija prison no follow at all.

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  6. Can they already forget the cameras at home when giving alms??

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    1. How will you see evidence nah?? Lol

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    2. Oyibo no easy. Meant to say "at least".

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    3. Ha! Babe please ooo
      Allow them publicise it abeg. Before that Anon will start asking you to list all you've done for humanity.

      πŸ™„πŸ™„

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    4. I hope you can see that the fans are the ones that are taking pictures.If they forget to post it,how will people rembr to go and visit them?a wielding shop was set up for them and they made things like gates,chairs,tables etc. i was there and they complained that ppl consider them as criminals and dont come to visit. who will buy all the things they built if its not put on social media? U ppl shud reason well.

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  7. Never thought of going back to prisons independently to do something like this.
    I know myself, I will go there and bawl my eyes out,They might throw me out. To think that some might be innocent😒😒😒 I can’t bear it.

    May God bless you Teddy for going to a place we sometimes forget and setting them up.

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    1. Iphie, you are so much like me, I wish I knew you in real life... πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—

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    2. Lots of innocent people Iphie, If you go to the female side you will cry. No sanitary towels, they use rags. Some have given birth, Some their bail is set at 30, 50k. I have gone twice and i was come back crying. The catholic organization i belong to visited the male section, Jesus Christ i was crying during praise and worship, prayer section nko? They started consoling me, They asked we visit again, All they asked for was Bibles, Chaplets and Bathroom slippers, We took 400pcs of cooked food, drinks and slippers, Didnt go round, they are over 600.

      A lady had a guy run up to her, she started screaming. Wetin happen? They have been looking for the guy for 2years, his family just gave up hope believing he was dead. Dude went out with friends, policemen caught them coming back from party, told them to bail themselves, no money, young lads. They branded them thieves, they landed in kirikri. For 2years no way to reach his people, any group who visits and he sends message, they don't deliver the message, he kept on hoping and believing till that day.
      We got out and the lady called the family, Mehn forget it, Almost everyone left with teary eyes.

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  8. Very thoughtful of him!! Well done Teddy A!!

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  9. So nice of them, Weldon Bamteddy

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  10. Nice of you Teddy A, happy birthday in advance

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  11. Aww very good. Happy birthday Teddy. May God bless you for this wondrous work. Very thoughtful of you.
    I could remember last year when we went to Kuje prison to sensitize the inmates about our foundation and we took some gift items. We weren't allowed to see the inmates but the prison officials wanted to take the items, we blatantly refused because giving the officials the items and not talking to the inmates mean we won't achieve our aim of going there and we wanted them to know what the foundation was all about. When the officials saw we were adamant and wanted to take all the gift items back, they had no choice but to bring three of their best inmate(excos) I guess, because they were looking good and well fed although their stories touched us. That is one experience I'll not forget in a long time. #thehardestprisontoescapeisyourmind.

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  12. He’s been there before, he sure knows how it feels.

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