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“We don’t die, we multiply” – Charles Okocha boasts as he leaves hospital bouncing

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One week after he was admitted to a hospital, Nigerian actor, Charles Okocha, has been discharged.

Fondly called Igwe 2pac, he was taken in after his involvement in a ghastly car accident on the third mainland bridge.

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Following the accident and his admission to the hospital, the actor made a post on Instagram appreciating God for saving him.

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Charles shared grim photos from the accident scene which showed a damaged car with liquid spilled on the expressway while some persons presumably with the actor hanging around.

In a new ., however, Charles was captured leaving the hospital with some swagger alongside some friends.

He bounced confidently as he walked out of the ward to the hospital gate rapping in his signature style with an ally hyping on the go.

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Actor Kunle Afod survives accident

In related news, popular Yoruba actor, Kunle Afod, has taken to his social media page to thank God for sparing his life after his bus got burnt.

Sharing his testimony, the actor revealed that a disaster happened to him on Monday, and it left his driver and an older man who tried to help him burnt.

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Despite the sad event, Kunle Afod is thankful that no lives were lost.

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He wrote, “Earlier today, a disaster tend to happen as my bus got burnt. The driver was brutally burnt by fire and also an older man who intend to render assistance was equally burnt but special thanks to God Almighty that no life was claimed”.

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This is coming just a day after popular actor, Charles Okocha, had penned a note of gratitude to God after surviving a car accident on Third Mainland Bridge on Sunday night.

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