Muyiwa Ademola reassures the public of his well-being following Ibadan explosion

Written by on January 17, 2024

Nollywood actor Muyiwa Ademola took to his Instagram page to assure fans, friends, and colleagues of his well-being after the Ibadan explosion. Acknowledging the concern and messages flooding in, he wanted to allay fears and shared that he is safe and sound.

for the outpouring of love, Muyiwa felt compelled to issue a statement, considering the distress his well-wishers were experiencing. It was crucial for him to communicate his safety and reassure everyone.

In his message, Muyiwa expressed his condolences for the departed souls and those injured, recognizing the somber atmosphere in Ibadan on that unfortunate day. He conveyed his prayers for those affected, acknowledging the gravity of the situation.

“I am hale and hearty everyone.
I have to do this because so many people have been terrified! May the souls of the departed rest in perfect peace and quick recovery to those who are injured. It is a sad day in Ibadan.

I am okay. Thank you all.
I seriously have to do this as I can’t reach everyone trying to reach me. It is such a sad one!”.

Muyiwa Ademola makes statement on Ibadan explosion

On Tuesday night, reports surfaced of an explosion in Ibadan, Oyo State, inducing panic among residents. While the cause remains unconfirmed, the government acknowledged the incident, initiating investigations.

The explosion resulted in property destruction, notably at the UCH School of Nursing hostel where glass windows shattered. Actress Aisha Lawal, present in Bodija during the incident, shared her harrowing experience.

Her ears still ached from the impact as she recounted parking her car initially to buy suya, later relocating to the explosion site.

Expressing gratitude for her safety, Aisha revealed witnessing numerous casualties, questioning the cause of the tragic event. Colleagues flooded her comment section, thanking God for her survival.

Groovy Mono, a participant in Big Brother Naija’s ‘Level Up,’ recounted hearing the explosion from his hotel room in Ibadan. Disturbed by the alarming images, he pleaded with a higher power, checking on others’ safety.

Last year, Muyiwa Ademola, reflecting on the death of colleague Murphy Afolabi, shared a profound message on Instagram.

He noted how each birthday brings us closer to our inevitable end, urging followers to embrace the uncertainty of tomorrow. In a contemplative post on mortality, Ademola likened death to an uninvited visitor that intrudes without warning, emphasizing its inevitable nature.

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