I want everybody who loves me to pray for me – Lord of Ajasa

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Many Nigerians were worried when it was reported that indigenous rapper, Lord of Ajasa, was sick and in need of urgent medical attention. The Le Fenu So rapper was diagnosed with peptic ulcer and he told Sunday Scoop some weeks ago from his hospital bed that his condition got so bad that he didn’t even know whether he was still alive or dead.

However, following up on his progress, Sunday Scoop put a call through to the rapper and he was in high spirits, even as he stated that he was due for surgery in some weeks. He said, “I thank God that I am better now. I have been discharged but I still go to LUTH as an outpatient for some treatments. However, I will be undergoing surgery in some weeks’ time and I want everybody, who loves me, to pray for me.

“There were gall stones in my gall bladder; so, I cannot eat much for now and I have to be careful of what I ingest.”

Advising his colleagues to pay attention to their health based on his experience, Ajasa said, “Entertainers should be serious about their health; they shouldn’t joke with it because what happened to me can happen to anybody. We all go out to hustle every day and sometimes, forget to take care of ourselves. We are often majorly concerned about our fans and neglect our health.”

The rapper also thanked everyone who rallied around him to ensure that he got quality medical attention. “Everybody that assisted me did so by the grace of God. Even people I didn’t know reached out to me and I am thankful to God. God may lay it in someone’s heart to help, but the person also has to release himself to be used for that purpose. I am grateful to God.

“There are things that one expects, but if it doesn’t happen that way, it doesn’t mean that God cannot raise help in other ways. I don’t want to dwell too much on this topic; all I know is that I am grateful to the almighty and those who offered assistance,” he said.



– Punch


About Delia Innoma

Delia Innoma is a prolific writer, promoter, artist manager with full professional proficiency in English, German and Igbo languages. She studied accounting and computer programming at the Institute of Management and Technology Enugu and Germany respectively. Delia is also a devoted mother of two and she founded the Diamond Celebrities Magazine. Her sense of responsibility and commitment to the Christian faith are essential forces driving her daily activities.

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