Actor Kelechi Udegbe escapes death from ghastly accident

Actor Kelechi Udegbe

Actor Kelechi Udegbe has survived a ghastly accident.

The Mami Wata actor who is currently hospitalised revealed this in an Instagram post on Sunday with photos and a video of the damaged car and also a video of himself in a hospital bed.

Kelechi expressed gratitude to God for making it out alive, adding that he will be back on screen in a couple of days.

He wrote: “With immense gratitude to God almighty, I write these words with a heart full of mixed emotions. I was involved in a ghastly accident that almost altered the course of my destiny in almost the blink of an eye, but God, the MASTER PERFORMER performed an unbelievable miracle & gave me a second chance at life.

“I made it out of the accident alive but suffered minor injuries.

“I’m in good shape and will be back to doing what I enjoy doing best on your screen in a couple of days.

“This post is for God.

“This post is for everyone who believes in God.

“This post is for everyone whom my unforeseen challenge has affected.

“God bless us all.”

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Sympatthic fans and celebrities stormed the comment section of the post to wish Kelechi Udegbe a speedy recovery.

“Sorry brother. Quick recovery,” Frederick Leonard wrote.

“To God be the glory. So sorry my brother,” Mercy Aigbe wrote.

“My God!! You are healed, brother!! Thank God for saving you,” Blossom Chukwujekwu wrote.

“Jesus!!! Thank God !!! Kelechi you’re healed in Jesus name,” Linda Ejiofor added.

Big Brother Naija star Bam Bam exclaimed saying, “Blood of Jesus! Thank You shod for life, thank you Jesus.”

Comedian Cute Abiola wrote: “Oh My God! Alhamdulilah.”

Lightening up the mood with a little humour, actor Gregory Ojefua wrote: “Congratulations bro. God got you then, now and always.
The fear was real. Glad to still have you around sidechic. Don’t f**cking scare the sh*t outta me like that again.”