- YOLO actor John Peasah has been involved in a near-fatal accident
- Peasah who is known as Drogba in the TV series shared photos from the accident scene
- The actor's friends and followers have been thanking God for his life
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YOLO actor John Peasah, known in the TV series as Drogba or Bra Charles, has been involved in an accident.
The actor survived what could be described as a near-fatal car crash.
It is not known when and where the accident happened but Drogba took to social media to share photos from the scene.
The photos sighted by YEN.com.gh show Drogba's vehicle, a black car, considerably damaged in the front and on the side.
While he did not explain what happened or what led to the accident, Drogba thanked God for saving his life.
He also asked for his followers to remember him in their prayers saying he could not die before his time.
"I just wanna thank God for my life….Oluwa is involved sharing this photo because this is a testimony …have me in mind when praying …I can’t die before my time."
The photos and caption of the Drogba got many people reacting and praying for him.
His co-star in YOLO Aaron Adatsi (iamaaronadatsi) said:
"The anointed cannot be touched. Prayers up bro ."
TV personality Regina Van Helvert (reginavanhelvert_) also prayed:
"You shall not die before your time IJN."
Comic actor Lawyer Ntim (ntimination) praised God for saving Drogba's life:
"Amen bro! Glory be to God for preserving your life! ."
Actor Prince David Osei (princedavidosei) said:
"You covered by the blood of Elohim.. Thank God for deliverance ."
In other news, comic actor and TV presenter Akrobeto, known in private life as Akwasi Boadi, has gone international once again.
One of Akrobeto's videos has been shared on Twitter by Chelsea captain, César Azpilicueta.
The video has Akrobeto struggling to pronounce the Chelsea captain's name on his Real News on UTV.
Azpilicueta also shared a video in which he showed Akrobeto ho to pronounce his name.
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