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“Help me or I die”-Fadeyi Oloro to Nigerians

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“HELP ME OR I DIE”- FADEYI OLORO TO NIGERIANS

For Veteran actor, Fadeyi Oloro these past few months has been that of struggle between life and death

 

This is certainly not the best of times for Veteran Yoruba Nollywood actor, Ojo Arowosafe, better known as Fadeyi Oloro as he cries out to Nigerians to help him before he dies, BlackBox Nigeria reports.

 

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The ailing Yoruba actor who is in need of medical attention due to complications resulting from tuberculosis in a new interview has expressed that he needs helps.

 

 

Opening up about his condition, he said,

“I want people to stand up and help me now that I need help. I don’t want people to come to my grave when I am no more and come and be crying. It is now that they should come out and help me financially because I want to be back on my feet. I have a long way to go in this industry.”

 

He added,

 

“I am not okay, that is because I have exhausted all the money with me for treatment. This is not my house. It was when the whole thing started that my family brought me here to keep a low profile.

 

“I used to stay at Meiran, Lagos State. And I have been reaching out to the public, but I had to face my God. I was not like this before, I could not walk. But I am better now.

 

“Right now, I don’t have enough money for the treatment I need. I cannot work at the moment; my shoulder, hand and legs are not responding well. I cannot stand on my own, I am usually assisted whenever I want to stand or use my walking stick as support.

 

“I am just pleading with my fans and lovers to continue and stand up for support, some people have tried, but I need more financial support.”

 

I would be recalled that it was not long ago that Nigerians came to the aid of veteran actor, Babatunde Omidina popularly known as Baba Suwe whose life was also in jeopardy because of a diabetes health condition.

1 Comment

  1. Olaosebikan Jolayemi

    May 13, 2019 at 6:14 am

    FADEYI Oloro, I have written to Facebook messenger read it. Go to IDH, TB is treated free at IDH, been paid for by WHO and Nigeria government.

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