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“To live and survive in Nigeria you must belong to a cult” Actor Yemi Solade makes new revelation



Yemi Solade reveals how she lives in Nigeria

Nollywood actor, Yemi Solade has caused a stir online with his opinion on the best way to survive in Nigeria.

According to the talented Yoruba actor, one must belong to a cult to live and to survive.

“Nigeria. To live and survive in it, one MUST belong to the cult”.

He added his statement is real. “It is real”.

Yemi Solade dedicates daughter to God as she graduates from school

This is coming as a surprise as two years back, Yemi Solade had dedicated his daughter to God.

The movie star was full of gratitude and also requested to God as his daughter, Kofoworola graduated from Honeyland secondary school.

Commiting her into the hands of God, Yemi Solade took to Instagram and wrote “KOFOWOROLA ARIYIK. Dear Lord,
Today I bring this young graduate before You asking You to keep Your hand of protection upon her. Please guide her steps in the days ahead as she embarks on this new journey before her. Grant her wisdom to make wise decisions
according to Your will. May the road before her be paved joyous opportunities that bring honor and glory to You. In the precious name of Jesus. I pray. Amen”.

Yemi Solade reveals how she lives in Nigeria

Yemi Solade finally reveals why he is not friends with many of his colleagues

In other news, Yemi Solade had revealed why some of his fellow actors don’t like him.

In a chat with City People, he said “There is this particular practice in the Yoruba movie industry, it is called: I do for you, you do for me. It works for some people but not for me because I didn’t run a clique. They will invite stars to location, and end up giving them money just for fuel, and end up running round society men and women for the bigger survival. So, I chose to remain the consummate actor that I am. To just be different, to do my craft and collect good fees and live a normal life……

I was doing my thing differently and I had issues because they saw me like someone that was arrogant and doing something they were not used to. They concluded I was just one guy that just came to have a feel of the industry……