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Eid-el Fitri Celebration: How I Survived Car Crash – YULE EDOCHIE

YULE EDOCHIE 

Popular Nollywood star, Yule Edochie has explained how he got involved in a deadly motor accident which he narrowly escaped during the Eid-el fitri celebration. 

Narrating how the incident happened on the social media, Edochie stated that he had left Lagos on Tuesday (yesterday) for the East.

He particularly argued that he was travelling alone in the car at speed of 100 – 120 kilometres per hour, adding that his jeep which lost control very close to Ore, Ondo State, veered off the road and summersaulted into a ditch.

Edochie said, “The money, the cars, the mansions, the fame, the good life, all vanity. Be close to God.”

Below is his testimony:

@Yule Edochie:Yesterday I miraculously survived this terrible accident.

All I can say is ‘thank you Lord, thank you Jesus, thank you Jehovah, God is real and God is alive.

Thank you blessed mother Mary.

I left Lagos yesterday heading to the east, just before I got to Ore doing 100-120km, my car lost control and started veering off to the right. 

I tried to steer it back on track and the next thing I knew I was upside down tumbling till the car finally ended up in a gutter.

Miraculously, I came out alive with few cuts and bruises.

I thank the Almighty God for his mercies, I thank our blessed mother Mary, and to all the Angels sent by God to protect me always, thank you.

I also thank all my fans and friends all over the world who always pray for me and wish me well.

God is alive. 

Life can end in a second. The money, the cars, the mansions, the fame, the good life, all vanity.

Be close to God.

God is everything!

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