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Relax i will not kill you jemima osunde tells adesua etomi who panics terribly anytime she drives like a crazy person in lagos


Jemima Osunde, media personality and Nollywood actress has called on Nigerians to tell her bestie Adesua Etomi, never to panic anytime she is riding with her.

Jemima Osunde, who admitted that she is a crazy driver, anytime she is driving and Adesua is seating beside her, the latter is always panicking and scared of being crashed to death.

She disclosed that Adesua shouts the name of our Lord Jesus in her front seat out of fear.

She therefore called on Adesua’s fans to tell her to relax as she won’t kill her but must drive like a crazy person or else a crazy person will displace her from her lane.

Osunde wrote:

This is me every time she shouts the name of our Lord Jesus in my front seat.

Loooook, y’all should tell your fave @adesuaetomi to relaKsssssssss!!!😂😂 I won’t kill her because me too I don’t want to die but you see this driving in Lagos of a thing… it’s very “somehow” 😭

If you don’t drive like a crazy person, a crazy person will displace you from your lane and whatever way you decide to drive, just know that driving in lagos will DRIVE YOU CRAZY! That one is for sure.

I am an ojuelegba driver even when I’m on Ozumba Mbadiwe 😭 you cannot “chance” me lai lai!

Just tell her to tighten her seat belt and focus on the music 😂😂 at least I always give her jams.

In a semilar news, recall that when actress Jemima Osunde marked her birthday on the 30th of April, Adesua Etomi-Wellington, took to her Instagram to write an emotional message.

Adesua, who described Jemima Osunde as a designer handbag’, ‘sister’ ‘pest, ‘and sometimes’ gym buddy’, said the doctor cum actress had been bugging her life for 7years, but she won’t have it any other way.

The wife and mother of one also described the celebrant as consistent and fiercely loyal and that she had never questioned this for a single day in 7 years.

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Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.