Fans just came for the head of OAP Moet Abebe, who called for prayers for the city of the Manchester affected by the horrific attack. American pop star Ariana Grande had just concluded a concert at the 21,000-capacity Manchester arena and people were set to leave when the explosion occurred, killing a lot of people.

Fans just came for the head of OAP Moet Abebe, who called for prayers for the city of the Manchester affected by the horrific attack. American pop star Ariana Grande had just concluded a concert at the 21,000-capacity Manchester arena and people were set to leave when the explosion occurred, killing a lot of people.

Fans just came for the head of OAP Moet Abebe, who called for prayers for the city of the Manchester affected by the horrific attack. American pop star Ariana Grande had just concluded a concert at the 21,000-capacity Manchester arena and people were set to leave when the explosion occurred, killing a lot of people.

 

Abebe said “This Is So Tragic!!! I Hate Waking Up To News Like This And Amongst The Confirmed 22 Dead And 59 Injured.. Children Are Amongst The Victims… Why Is There Sooo Much Hate In This World? Please Let's Pray Against Acts Of Terrorism. And May Those Who Lost Their Lives Rest In Perfect Peace … #PrayForManchester”

However, her fans are accusing her of hypocrisy “Have you ever make post asking for prayers for victims of Bokoharam,” asked one follower @stanlin_okos. Another, @iamkappachino added: “pls let’s pray for Maiduguri too @babatopejones is right cos when has anyone come on social media amongst you to say pray for Maiduguri when We have bomb blast.

The football lovers that died in calabar, FIFA honored them but where were u guys then to say pray for their soul. Please charity begins at home…. stop acting global when your a local.”

But Abebe said. “At the end of the day #alllivesmatter,” she said.

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