Veteran Nigerian Actor Sadiq Daba Announces Great News about Leukemia Treatment & said prostate cancer did not Spread

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Good news, Journalist Azuka Jebose took to his Facebook page to share a transcript of a phone call he had with Sadiq Daba, who is currently taking medications here in the UK, asking that he relay the message to Nigerians.

He will be seeing an oncologist on Monday, he wrote, and will not be needing an operation. He said:

“Azuka, morning o! ( well, it’s morning here in London), how you dey my brother? Before I start with you, please help me tell Nigerians that I am profoundly grateful for giving me hope to live again. Nigerians saved my life: my family and I remain eternally grateful.

Done with the Doctors this week. All the test results for my prostate cancer did not find spread. I was told in Nigeria that it had spread to other organs of my body. But all tests here by Specialists came back negative, with regards to the spread. It can be treated with drugs and injections. Also, the doctors, after tests for Leukemia, concluded that it is in remission. The Specialists placed me on drugs to help with the remission. I will see an oncologist on Monday; no need for an operation(surgery) to open me up. In Nigeria, I was told I needed surgery. My brother na wa o. I am feeling like a sweepstakes winner. These treatments are very expensive sha. Where I for get the money?. Na God send you, Soni Irabor, Dr Joe Okei Odumakin and compassionate Nigerians to me o. Doctors placed me, effective immediately, on hormone treatments; Azuka, can you believe that?: no spread found….your prayers WORKED!!! Will be here for another two weeks for observation and then head home to recuperate!!!!. Azuka, I feel spectacular. Shebi you hear my voice. God Bless Nigerians for this gift of life. Abeg help me thank them. I will live. My wife has been dancing nonstop o. I go call you again on Monday”

Veteran actor Sadiq Daba a few months ago cried out to Nigerians urging them to help him raise money to help him fight for his life, from Leukemia and Prostate cancer. Majority of Nigerians donated and raised enough money to fly him out here in the UK where he is currently on medication.

Azuka Jebose his friend of 30 years who started the campaign and a call for help has been updating Nigerians since Sadiq’s departure from Nigeria to the UK.

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