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Wednesday, June 05, 2019

Actor Yul Edochie Survives Terrible Car Crash

Nollywood actor Yul Edochie posted three minutes ago on his Instagram handle that he survived a car crash on Monday June 4,2019.....





He posted....
''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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    1. Elizabeth Bathory5 June 2019 at 12:19

      Thank God for His mercy.

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    2. Thank God for your life sir. 100- 120 km /hr is serious over speeding especially on a Nigerian road. Why would you do that? The average should be 70km/ h and at most 80.
      Not 120.

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    3. It can only be God. Thank God for your life.

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    4. I wonder why he was speeding that much, on top bad roads. Thank God for you.

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  2. May the Name of God be praised forevermore.

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  3. Dunno why I almost came to tears reading the gratitude

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  4. Dunno why I almost came to tears reading the gratitude

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  5. Okosisi na epu Na korota! Ikuku ama Na onya , Onye ikuku Na ejelu ozi. God the beginning and d End. It can only be him. Praise Jehova. All vanity wen u realize the precious time on earth. Praise jehova. Ebubue dike.

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    1. Q.S dear
      Who sang this song?

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  6. Whoa 😨😨
    Thank God for sparing yul.

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  7. Thank you Almighty God!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  8. hmm, that moment You understand life is priceless.

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  9. Thanks to God almighty for saving him.

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  10. Yul Nwanne, Thanks be to Jesus
    Sometimes when I watch some of these Nollywood movies,
    I tell myself that these people do not know the territories
    of Darkness they enter during acting! Most times, the devil comes
    to finish them off. And stupidly, some of them do not acknowledge God
    at all in their lives. They still live in sexual immorality.
    Jesus saved you and not mother Mary.

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    1. Judge Anonymous. So others that crash on the road nko. They must have acted in their past okwa ya. Self righteous and judgemental Nigerians. Can't tell him who to thanks either. If he thanks his grandmother for saving him from the crash, his choice inugo.

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    2. Rejoice with him and leave his faith out of this. Face front abeg!

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    3. Do you not see what they are doing in the towns of Judah and in the streets of Jerusalem?
      18 The children gather wood, the fathers light the fire, and the women knead the dough and
      make CAKES TO OFFER TO THE QUEEN OF HEAVEN. THEY POUR OUT DRINK OFFERINGS TO OTHER GODS TO
      AROUSE MY ANGER. 19 But am I the one they are provoking? declares the Lord. ARE THEY NOT
      RATHER HARMING THEMSELVES, to their own shame?Jeremiah 7

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  11. thank God fr him,he would av boarded a pub transport or taken a flight

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    1. So public buses don't have accidents or planes don't crash? Just thank God for him.

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    2. You really have no brain Dede

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  12. oh my yul, thank God for your life

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  13. To God be the glory,speed kills but they won't hear

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    1. Zainab, 100/120kmph is an average/regular speed on a freeway.
      Please at what speed was he supposed to be driving on a Federal highway? How many Kmph?
      I might really need schooling in this aspect cause I might also be guilty...

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    2. Depends on the state of the road I think.

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    3. Average/regular? So u can comfortably fire over 100kmph on a a Nigerian road with invisible bends n uneven patches u get mind o.

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    4. 100km.you really shld read your highway code

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    5. Blackberry, don't mind me and speed o! If I'm traveling alone on a road I'm familiar with, I even do 140kmph. God help me. #adrenalinejunkie.

      Mzhyde, seriously I should...

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    6. Mama Mia 100-120 kmph is about 65-75mph and that’s standard for a highway so I don’t think you’re wrong.

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  14. Thank you Jesus

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  15. Yahweh be praised in our Lord Jesus Christ.

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  16. This is fatal. Praise be the name of the Lord

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    1. Fatal kwa? An accident is fatal when there is a loss of life

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    2. "Ghastly" is the word @ Tbabe

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    3. Ghastly is still wrong

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    4. Ghastly ,fatal, accident is accident no need speaking unnecessary English on top the mata,what matters most is that he's fine.To God be the glory

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  17. Thank God he survived.
    He learnt a great lesson, no wonder he said the houses, cars and whatever fame there is is vanity.
    the question is: what can you and I reading this learn from what he said? what was it you have that you spite others with? how much do I have that I won't let other people rest? why the show offs, the pride, the bragging et al
    Remember that those things only matter just bcos we are alive, once life is gone they are useless to us

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  18. praise the Lord, he only is the God of second chance.

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  19. For the LORD is good and HIS mercies endureth forever. Thank you JESUS for saving your son. Praise GOD. Alleluia.

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  20. Thank God for you but why didn't you just fly?

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  21. Anonymous Personified5 June 2019 at 12:22

    One might not truly understand but this is a huge testimony.
    The gift of Life is a rare opportunity and I thank God almighty for sparing his life.
    You will live long ti fulfil God's purpose for you, Yul.

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  22. thank God he survived.
    Doing 100 to 120 for naija road issa big risk...u might just see an unexpected pothole.

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  23. Enter your comment...thank God for protection

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  24. Thank God for Great Jesus and our Mother Mary. I have dusted my Finger rosary.

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  25. "Life can end in a second. The money, the cars, the mansions, the fame, the good life, all vanity". This right here got me.

    Thank God for sparing your life

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    1. When u tell ppl that those things are vanity, in their small minded way, they'll be telling u it's poor man consolation. Na 'experience' wey dey teach ppl d lesson by fire by force.

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  26. Wow! All thanks to GOD Almighty

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  27. Yul, we thank God for sparing u for us o! 100/120 wasn't neccesary. Drive to arrive alive. Leave early enough.

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  28. Thank God for his life

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  29. Thank you lord for your many protection and guidance towards us. May his name alone be praise and exalted. Yul, we thank God for your safety

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  30. Thank you Jesus!!! God is great. Our Mother Mary, keep interceding for us all. Amen

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  31. Stop buying accidented and refurbished auction cars, they won't hear. Cars that oyibo rejected, Dem go import and repaint. A car of N10m sold for N2m. Dem go buy dey claim big boy. Na the suspension gave up. Las Las, he go blame village ppl wey dey on their own. Salvage vehicles are silent killers on Nigeria roads

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  32. Thank God for your life Yul, 100/120km/h is a no no!!!! On Nigerian road!!! Even abroad cause anything can happen and it might become difficult to get your vehicle under control. You could see a pot hole or an animal could run into the road, the car in front of you could develop a fault suddenly!!! I don't go more than 80 no matter what. One has got to be alive for my loved ones especially my kids. Thank God for you.

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    1. 80km travelling from Lagos to East, hmmm. You go sleep for road. 100km is the maximum in Nigeria according to road safety high way code

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    2. How can anyone be driving 100km -120 on naija roads???the roads are not the best and 100 is far too much speed... potholes, sharp bends, uneven roads , overtaking??? That is just dangerous.
      It should be 70 on federal roads at most 80 Abeg.

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    3. Chei! Fear fear Anon 14:40, you wan sleep for road?
      Max of 100km/h is not bad for a long distance journey like Lagos to the East, especially if you are familiar with the state of the road.

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  33. Thank God for you, this is a huge testimony

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  34. Father Lord, I thank you for his life. I had a dream last year about this guy that it was announced in the news that he died. I was so sad but I woke up and prayed against it. I don’t know him he is a celebrity so there was definitely no way to reach him or say it before I will be termed delusional. Same dream I heard about khloe kardashian , I pray no bad thing happens to the Kardashian’s ijn AMEN

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  35. may Almighty God be praised

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  36. Thank God for saving your life.
    May His name be praised forever!

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  37. Thank God for saving him. May the name of God be glorified forever.

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  38. Thank God for your life yul God bless you

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  39. Kelbertha vet ventures, 07035694213, 080348470805 June 2019 at 17:37

    Thank God for saving ur lyf, happy u acknowledged our blessed virgin Mary and her son. It is well

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  40. Thank God for protection. Please remember if you ever find yourself in a similar situation losing control of a car, do not press your breaks, instead remove your foot off the accelerator and instead of steering away from where the car is going, steer into the same direction. Stay calm and do this until you can get back in control of the vehicle.
    Also never speed when it's raining.

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  41. We join you, Yul in thanking papa God for His saving grace and deliverance. Praise the Lord.

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