Monday, 10 July 2017

Nollywood Actor, Funsho Adeolu Cries Out About Badoo Cult As He Now Live in Fear


Nigerian actor,producer and director Funsho Adeolu is the latest celebrity to talk about the recent Badoo cult killings. The actor is said to have relocated to Ikorodu 12 years ago with his wife and two sons but since the inception of the Badoo terror group started, he always nursed fears about his family’s safety.

In a new interview,with Saturday Beats, he admitted he now lives in fear for his family's safety since the case of Badoo terror group attacks but added that God will take control hinting that the people in the north face worse situations but God kept some while others had to run for dear life.


“If I say I am not scared of them I would be lying but I know that God is in control. Anywhere in the world, people face terrors. People in the north faced worse situations than this but God kept some people while others had to flee.

I am praying that God would be in control of everything but to say that I am not afraid, that would be a lie. It is just for us to beg the government to beef up security in Ikorodu and do something about these boys.

It is not something that they cannot handle because Ikorodu used to be a very peaceful place. This is the 21st century and such barbaric acts should be frowned at.

“I have been living in Ikorodu for about 12 years now and since then, I have never encountered anything like this Badoo cult group.
I would not say that their activities have not affected me because anytime I leave my family to go and work, I always nurse this little fear over their safety but I believe that God is protecting them.

I have only heard about their activities but I have not seen anything like that and I believe that they cannot come my way because I am covered by the blood of Jesus”

“The jungle justice people are resorting to is not a good thing but you cannot blame them. It is a pointer that the government should do something because if they don’t, these boys could harm anybody.

A person could lose their entire family members and if that happens, he could resort into doing anything. It is very important that anyone who is coming to Ikorodu should do that during the day. Once it is night time, stay in your houses.

I do not support jungle justice because while they do that, innocent people could lose their lives as well.

I am not praying for anything to happen to my family or anyone but those that have been attacked by this dreaded cult group probably lost all their family and it is so sad.

This would make anyone bitter and resort to jungle justice and it would be difficult to stop them unless the government swings into action”.He said.

Funsho who has been constantly credited for Countdown at Kusini, a movie that featured his namesake, late Oba Funsho Adeolu, the Alaaye of Ode Remo where he played the role ' Chief Eleyinmi ' in the old Nigerian Sitcom "The Village Headmaster" and is also popular for movies like Heroes&,Zeros,Antique and other movies.

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