A popular Nigeria gospel music minister, Dunsin Oyekan and his members on board has escaped a fatal car accident today. It was announced that the crash reportedly occurred on lagos/Ibadan expressway, between a Toyota prado SUV and a trailer.
Although nobody actually know the cause of the accident, but it has been reported that the young gospel musician and his members on board are said to have been safe.
It was also reported that the young gospel musician and his members were on their way going to the Sword of the Spirit ministries of Bishop Francis Wale One for the ongoing Holy Ghost Convention as the Youth Rally commenced on Yesterday.
After a few hours of the incident, a video of him seen thanking God after he has successfully reached the ongoing program. He said "even though the heard pastor has caution him to have a rest, he only wish to sing and thank God for saving his life". He further went to say "he was tired and needed to rest himself in the sleep and all of a sudden they are under a trailer with the top of the removed.
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