I Can’t Sleep Without Pills – Actress Angela Okorie Traumatized After Escaping Assassination

Nigerian actress Angela Okorie has lamented her ordeal after recently escaping an assassination attempt on her life.

Okorie said she virtually relies on medication to be able to sleep at night following the attack.

She was seen in a video she shared on her Instagram page crying in the middle of the night over the trauma she’s suffering.

Okorie disclosed that she has been taking lots of injections to ease the pain and trauma, adding that she could not sleep if she doesn’t take sleeping tablets.

She added that “life is empty” as she prayed that none of her followers passes through what she has faced lately.


“Life is deep you know???? Have u ever gotten to a point in ur life and it seems all hope is gone Just only you and your God  I pray No one experience what I have been through in the resent time, hmmmmmmmm It’s been really tough oooooo Injections upon injections Medicines upon medicines Tufiakwa. At some point self I hardly sleep at night, and like seriously  I don’t joke with my sleep  fam. Some Nights I will be crying like a baby cos of pain kaiiiiii

“If I never take sleeping tablets, my eyes won’t close Whatttttttt Take out time and visit those in the hospital you will understand why you need to live like is ur last day on earth, no reasons to live a lie, even in ur Little way, this life is empty people are laying critically ill at hospitals different kinds of sickness You’ve never heard b4, human being Dey sick am hmmmmm,”

She went on to urge her fans and followers to be prayerful and thankful for sound health, while also thanking God for keeping her alive to take care of her son.

“Be grateful for life every day. Many are Gone and some1 else is enjoying their wealth, thank God. You are better than someone, Every day I look at my son and say God I thank u for keeping me alive we go about our hustle every day and yet we come back protected. You sleep freely, wake up sound and alive is not by your own making just say Protect me and my family lord It’s a short prayer that goes a long way #protectme,” she concluded.


Recall that Angela Okorie took her Instagram page on Sunday, December 15, 2019, to share an x-ray scan of the injuries she sustained from the attack.

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