All of this clearly shows that a car accident is not something to be taken lightly. Luckily, some well-known Gospel musicians have survived car accidents. In this article, Johnniepen outlines four well-known Nigerian gospel singers who have survived horrific car accidents.
1. Moses Bliss
Moses Bliss, best known for his song "Too Faithful," was involved in a car accident in Abuja in October 2019. Many people are still baffled as to how the singer escaped the wreckage unharmed to this very day.
2. Yinka Ayefele
On December 12, 1997, Yinka Ayefele was driving his Volkswagen Beetle when he was involved in a horrific accident.
The accident resulted in a spinal cord injury for Yinka Ayefele. He was unable to use his legs as a result of the injury. Since the accident, he has gone on to build a decent music career for himself, always giving God the glory for saving his life.
3. Solomon Lange
Solomon Lange escaped unharmed from a terrible car accident in 2018 while driving from Abuja to Kaduna State. According to the singer, his car collided with three other vehicles, but no one was hurt.
4. Prince Gozie Okeke
In February 2021, Prince Gozie Okeke was involved in an accident on the Nnewi-Nnobi express road in Anambra state. Prince Gozie Okeke escaped the accident unharmed, but he now uses a wheelchair to get around after being hit by a car that ran over his legs. Hopefully he will get back on his feet soon.
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