Another Veteran Nollywood Actor Is Seriously Sick Needs Help (Photos)

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Veteran Nollywood actor, Obi Madubogwu, is presently battling diabetic wound and needs help from well meaning Nigerians. According to Apga Alaigbo who shared the photos on Facebook, the actor’s condition is so bad that if nothing is done quickly, his leg could be amputated to keep him alive.

At the moment, Madubogwu’s family have spent all they have on his treatment at Federal Medical Centre Ebute Meta, Yaba, Lagos, but it’s still not enough.

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“Another NOLLYWOOD SUPER STAR in DANGER.

“THE KING OF MUSANGA, the Ogidi Born Actor with flair for helping the needy, the man with touch of Love for humanity. Mr. Obi Madubogwu is critically ill, he is finally out of Coma after a toxic battle with Diabetic wound.

“Currently the family has ran short of Fund to continue giving him what he needed, they need lot of money to pay for surgery, tests, medication etc else they will amputate his leg to save his life.

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“He takes a pint of blood daily. He needs our support urgently. Please no amount is too small. You can donate blood at d hospital. It’s really critical. He is currently in FMC inside railway corporation, Ebute Meta, Yaba, Lagos.

Veteran Nollywood Actor Obi Madubogwu Seriously Sick, Needs Help
Veteran Nollywood Actor Obi Madubogwu Seriously Sick, Needs Help

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“Below is the HELP LINE, we can save his life and not to wait until the worst happens and we will sow ASHEBI and dance, glorify him, eat the small change the family may borrow and shout.. Aru eme!!!!

“Let’s save this brother and great Actor and Heaven will be happy with us.

“Madubogwu Obianuju Ngozi, Zenith Bank, 1003425591.

“You can reach via his wife phone +2347025002585

“He needs us now as friends and colleagues. Let’s all reach out to him. Show him love and support. We will be posting the list of those that supported with the amounts of the donor so wish.”

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