Actress writes about friend who treats people like slaves

Today (November 11), Angela Okorie took time out of her shooting schedule in Pretoria, to write about evil friends.

Angela Okorie

Nollywood actress Angela Okorie has written a strange post on Instagram about an unnamed friend.

You can read her post below;

“When you pray or write names of people you want holyghost fire to burn , when the holyghost fire moves to the people and see they've been good to you instead you are the one destroying them with your mouth, Holyghost fire will come to you in 100 folds and burn you into pieces, just like when you pray agaist unfriendly friends and you are the unfriendly friend, it is you God will punish, have you asked yourself why nobody want to associate with you.

“Our God is a God of justice, he looks at your heart not your face, you treat everyone around you like a slave, gossip with your friends especially your bestfriends, envy them , you can never go far in life,hey guyz if you have been leaving like this you need to change so God can bless you, but if u dont you shall be in same place for the rest of your life. It's just a peace of an advice. Goodmorning.”

In September, Angela Okorie responded to comments about her showing her boobs online. Watch Pulse TV video below for more gists on Nollywood.


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