Yemi Alade Survives Car Crash in Spain

Yemi Alade Survives Car Crash In Spain

Nigerian act Yemi Alade is thanking God for sparing her after surviving a car crash in Spain.

The 'Johnny' crooner, in an Instagram post Tuesday, disclosed that the crash happened Thursday. The singer added that thankfully, she only lost a fingernail.

Alade also disclosed that she was treated for a 'minor medical emergency' for exhaustion as she returned to work, performing seven hours after the accident.

She wrote, "On the 17th of August, we were in a car crash, somewhere between Barcelona and Benicassim in Spain at 12:06(noon)

"Also experienced a minor medical emergency from exhaustion after performing on stage 7 hours after the incident on the same day and somehow, I ended up at the "after party"🤯🤭💃(leave me o. my mind needed positive vibrations)

"Life is for the living... I didn't want to put this out, but the devil had other plans, but my Jehovah jiray said NO! THE blood of Jesus spoke for us.

"I only lost a nail, it all happened suddenly. Nothing is too sudden or complicated for God. His Grace is more than sufficient."

PHOTOS: Army Rescues Another Chibok Girl

Another Chibok girl, Mary Nkeki, 27, has been rescued by the Nigerian Army troops of Operation Hadin Kai Theater Command.

She was rescued on August 14 along with her repentant insurgent husband called Adam, by troops of 81 Task Force Battalion at Dikwa during an operation into the terrorists' enclave. 

"She is on serial number 55 of the abducted Chibok girl list
Now 27 years old Kibaku by tribe," the Theatre Commander, Operation Hadin Kai, Maj. Gen. Gold Chibuisi told newsmen on Monday, August 21.
"While in captivity, she was forcefully married to one Adam, a Boko Haram terrorist," Gen. Chibuisi disclosed before handing her over to Borno State Government officials.

"Since her rescue, she has undergone thorough medical examination in our medical facility.

Equally, she has been adequately resuscitated and will be handed over to Borno state," he said.

Mary told newsmen shortly after she was handed over to the Borno State Ministry for Women Affairs officials that she gave birth to two female children for Adam, who are all deceased.

She said she and her husband, Adam, repented from insurgency and fled the terrorists enclave at the Dikwa axis, and reached a point where the troops rescued both of them.

However, since their rescue, she was separated from Adam, who, The PUNCH gathered, was taken to the repentant insurgents' camp.

Mary is the 16th girl rescued by troops in recent months.

Credit: Uthman Abubakar
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