Nollywood Actress Angela Okorie Breaks Silence After Deadly Attack
Nollywood actress Angela Okorie has finally spoken about the attack on her life days ago as she returned from a show. She says she's grateful to God for sparing her life.
Nollywood actress, Angela Okorie, has spoken out for the first time since the alleged attack on her life. The actress shared a video of the x-ray done on her head; showing what appears to be shrapnel in her head.
This comes shortly after blogger, Stella Dimoko Korkus broke the news of the attempt on her life. Earlier on, it was reported that the Nollywood actress, Angela Okorie, was hospitalized; this was after her car was riddled with bullets. According to Stella Dimoko Korkus, the incident happened after the actress ran into armed men on her way home from a show on December 12, 2019.
See The First Instagram Post From Angela Okorie Since The Attack
Well, the actress has come out to speak on the attempt on her life. Sharing an x-ray of her skull with what appears to be shrapnel, she recounted the horrible experience with the alleged assassins.
She wrote: "Undiluted grace will never stop to exist in my home,10 bullets were removed from my head and 2 bullets close to my eyes, God alone deserves all the glory and honor. You are God all by your self, I am a child of Grace. Thank you Lord."
"Nothing in this world will ever make me ungrateful for all you’ve done in my life and family. The assassins kept on shooting for 30 minutes, No help from anywhere, No human came for our rescue. Only God came for our Rescue. #epaindem #protectmelord"
See her Instagram post below:
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