Frodd Survives Autocrash, Stella Damascus Calls For Indigenous Patronage Of Local Content
Former Big Brother Naija Housemate Frodd took to social media to express appreciation to God after he narrowly escaped death on the third mainland bridge.
Narrating his experience, the Nnamdi Azikiwe University Alumni said the tires of his car ripped off on the expressway and he drove to a safe spot, pondering on what happened because it could have been a worse incident.
According to the reality TV star, some men along the road offered him help and he’s grateful for their act of kindness to him,
“God is the greatest and There are still good men ….My tires ripped off on Third mainland bridge this evening . I drove to a safe spot whilst I pondered on what just happened, it could have been worse ( I praise God ) Then came some good men , swift and quick ( I didn’t even use the emergency toll)”
“They came down and offered to help me . I am grateful to God for his protection and I pray he rewards the kindness the LASTMA men offered me in ten thousand folds. This men are noble and honorable. Thank God for everything.”
On another note, veteran actress Stella Damascus- Aboderin has reiterated the need for Nigerians home and diaspora to appreciate the works of arts especially Nollywood,
“I don’t think anyone wants to waste time and money and intentionally make a bad film. We do our best with the little we have. We try, we push and that’s why we still have a thriving industry today, because of the hard work, "she wrote.