Duncan Mighty Admitted At The Hospital After Surviving A Car Crash
The artist recounts his near-death experience in a car accident.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Duncan Mighty, a Nigerian music artist, was hospitalized after surviving a car crash.
On Wednesday, January 5, 2022, the musician posted photographs of his seriously wounded body in the hospital to his Instagram page.
“GOD bless you all for your prayers, 2nd January on our way to uyo our vehicle drove straight into the river after a trailer on a high speed failed break was the last thing i can remember,” he wrote.
“Next is seeing myself in a hospital. GOD MADE NO BE MAN MADE. To our rescuers ikwa ibom / ogoni youths GOD second-handORE AND MORE I’ve been discharged and sound. Na today i get another second hand phone 📱 I say make i cassette the good news.”
He posted the photo with the events leading up to the vehicle accident.
The singer joins a long list of celebrities who have been involved in severe vehicle accidents in the last 12 months.
From rapper Raw to comic Klint Da Drunk, these celebrities have gone dangerously near to death.
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