- Nollywood actor Sylvester Madu is lucky to be alive after men who had guns visited a bar he was in
- The actor was invited to Cameroon to shoot a movie titled 'Abakwa' and he decided to visit a bar
- Gunmen went to the place and killed three people, while many were injured but he hid and escaped
- In an exclusive chat with Legit.ng, Sylvester Madu thanked God for saving him from the hands of the gunmen
Nollywood actor Sylvester Madu had every reason to thank his creator for keeping him alive while he traveled out of Nigeria to shoot a movie
The movie maker who was sighted a few months ago selling Okrika escaped death by the whisker.
He was invited to Cameroon by some local filmmakers to shoot a movie titled 'Abakwa' and he decided to relax at a bar when suspected cultist invaded the place.
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Sylvester Madu hides in the VIP section
While the gunmen complained that the producer of the film did not settle them before they invited the Nigerian actor to their country, they shot at people in the bar and killed at least three of them.
Madu had to hide in the VIP section to escape the gunshot. Military men later came to the bar to rescue the actor and took him away from the scene. This development is coming a few months after the actor slammed a troll for making fun of him because he was sighted in Enugu market.
Sylvester Madu is grateful to be alive
In a chat with Legit.ng, Nollywood actor Sylvester Madu says he is back in Nigeria and he is happy he was able to escape unhurt.
"I was indeed attacked outside Nigeria. It is a very long story, I can't tell you right now. I am back in Nigeria and I am doing fine. God saved me from the ordeal. It can only be God. I am indeed grateful to be alive."
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According to a previous report by Legit. ng, Edochie had written a short note on how God saved him from a car crash that almost killed him.
He noted that he died but God gave him another life. The controversial actor wrote that his second life was given so that he could live for God and serve humanity.
He promised to expatiate on his message another day but he didn't fulfil his promise.
Sylvester Madu preaches valuable lesson on life as he says people fornicated because of Blackberry
Legit. ng had earlier reported that Madu had written on social media that people should not go to an unreasonable extent to acquire material things.
He used the popular phone Blackberry as a case study and noted how far people went just to get one for themselves.
The actor also gave examples of people who stole money to buy expensive whips but ended up in an American prison.