A popular Nigeria gospel singer, Prince Chinedu Nwadike has underwent a successful Kidney transplant, Coal City Connect reports.
Recall that Nwadike has been down with kidney disease for some months now.
DAILY GAZETTE gathered that the 38-year-old singer was admitted at the Zenith Medical and Kidney Centre in Abuja.
Few weeks ago, Prince Nwadike disclosed how E-Money gave him N250,000 upon his arrival to Abuja that has sustained him for a while.
In the video where he asked for help, Chinedu Nwadike said:
I am calling for help from Nigerians. All the Igbo sons and daughters, Nigerians at large. I am right here now at Zenith Medical Center, Abuja. Urgent money is needed. I am calling on E-money, Obi Cubana, Senator Rochas Okorocha, Governor Hope Uzodimma. I am calling on all that matters in Igbo land. I may not remember all your names. All of you who have good human hearts. Anyidon, I am begging you to champion this. We need funds.
Luckily today as I arrive at the Abuja airport, E-Money gave me 250,000 Naira and that is actually what sustained me. Not just the kidney problem, I am bleeding inside. I don’t want to die. I don’t want to lose my children, they are too tender. I don’t want to leave them behind. Save and help me in any way you can.
After the ailing gospel singer and evangelist cried out for help, popular Anambra native doctor Akwa Okuko reached out to him and donated the sum of N1 million to support his treatment.
While many Nigerians and fans of the artiste praised the native doctor for his kindness and generosity, some very religious persons also criticised Nwadike for accepting help from a native doctor.