Popular Nigerian skit maker, Chukwuemeka Emmanuel, aka Sabinus, has disclosed that after he survived a fatal car crash, he decided to be closer to God.
Recall that he was involved in an auto accident in September which left many of his fans worried about his safety.
However, he has since moved on as he is said to have bought another vehicle. But, in an interview with Sunday Scoop, he noted that the accident actually made him draw closer to God.
He said, “The accident taught me to hold God close. Also, people should never drink and drive (the collision was said to have been caused by a drunk driver).”
The comedian also stated that he was happy about the impact his comedy skits had made in the lives of people.
He added, “Every day is a hassle; so, I tend to make sure my videos put smiles on people’s faces. The world needs more laughter. The world needs to be happy despite everything that is going on.”
Advising individuals who desire to venture into content creation, he said, “Ensure that you are consistent in whatever you do; irrespective of the low engagement and support you might be getting. Keep going, and you would definitely have your own audience. The sky is wide enough for every bird to fly.”
On how he feels being a sought after content creator, he said, “It feels great. It feels ‘hooge’! I am grateful to God for how far He has brought me and how intentional He is about me. Also, this wouldn’t have been possible without my family, team, friends, and wonderful fans.”