Bamidele Adeek, the gospel singer better known as Sensational Bamidele, has survived a ghastly car accident in Rivers state.
The musician shared photos of his damaged vehicles as well as injuries sustained via his Facebook page on Friday.
Bamidele is the leader of a live band that usually performs at the project commissioning ceremonies of Nyesom Wike, governor of Rivers.
It is understood that the accident occurred shortly after he performed at the inauguration of a road project by the governor in Emohua LGA axis of the state.
In the Facebook post, the singer revealed that his car had a head-on collision with an oncoming vehicle.
He, however, dismissed claims that he died in the accident, adding that he and his boys are alive.
The Port Harcourt-based singer thanked God for keeping him alive and prayed for those who died in the accident.
Bamidele also said his vehicle “somersaulted more than eight times” into the bush.
Graphic: Lead singer of Gov. Wike's live band, Sensational Bamidele was involved in a ghastly auto crash yesterday.
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“He moves mountains And he cause walls to fall. By his power he performed miracles. And am standing here only because he made a way….,” he wrote.
“Guys and families… Sensational Bamidele is alive to give God more and more praise for his mercies endureth for ever.
“My boys that where with me are also alive to join in the praise… glory to God who stood tall and said it’s not yet time … Amen.
“This is my vehicle that somersaulted over eight times into the bush from the road. May the souls of the departed Rest in peace. That had a head on collision with us. The devil came so very late… Please debunk the rumours because I am alive. If God be for me.”
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