Actor Yul Edochie Apologizes For Missing His Live Broadcast Service

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Nollywood actor turned pastor, Yul Edochie has apologized to his members for not holding his normal Sunday service.

On Sunday evening, he took to Instagram to blame it on some unforeseen obstacles, which he has since resolved.

Actor Yul Edochie Apologizes For Missing His Live Boadcast Service

Appreciating their understanding, he pledged to hold the next live broadcast and reminded his members to share love.

He wrote: “Greetings to all members of True Salvation Ministry worldwide.

We sincerely apologize for not holding our live broadcast today.

This was due to some unavoidable challenges.

But they have been sorted out.

Thank you for your understanding.

See you all in our next live broadcast.

To all our new members, you can still watch our previous live broadcasts on our YouTube channel, Yul Edochie TV.

This week will be wonderful and prosperous for us all in Jesus’ name, Amen.

Always remember that the most important teaching of God is LOVE.

God bless us all”.

Recall that the actor had revealed that he was finally ready to accept the call of God as he announced the launch of his online Ministry, The Salvation Ministry, where he will be preaching the gospel.

He held his first online service on Sunday, January 28th, where he recounted how God called him.

It’s been less than two weeks since the actor launched his Ministry, yet he has started receiving testimonies.

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