“To live and survive in Nigeria, one must belong to the cult” – Actor Yemi Solade writes as he opens up on battling depression

The thespian made this assertion in a post he shared on his Instagram page on Saturday morning, April 8, while he opened up about battling depression.

Popular Nollywood actor, Yemi Solade, has stated that to live and survive in Nigeria, one must belong to “the cult.”

The thespian made this assertion in a post he shared on his Instagram page on Saturday morning, April 8, while he opened up about battling depression.

Although he didn’t give much detail about the situation, he shared a photo of himself looking down and wrote, “God, please”.

“To live and survive in Nigeria, one must belong to the cult”, he added in another post.

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