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Mabel Oboh’s NGO visits ailing Lord of Ajasa, calls on top entertainers to support the rapper

By Benjamin Njoku

… calls on top entertainers to support ailing

 indigenous rapper

Mabel Oboh’s Centre for Save Our Stars,MOCSOS, Baba Fyro has called out top Nigerian entertainers to come to the rescue of ailing indigenous rapper, Lord of Ajasa.

The “Dem go dey Pose” crooner, made the call during his recent visit to the ailing indigenous rapper in his Lekki, Lagos residence. The visit was facilitated by the founder of MOCSOS, Mabel Oboh, a veteran broadcaster and actress. She lamented the health challenges confronting the Nigerian entertainers, saying ‘it’s seriously getting out of control.’

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Recall that the indigenous rapper was diagnosed of peptic ulcer and needed urgent surgery before the state of his condition was made public. He was later hospitalized at the Ikorodu General Hospital before he was discharged.

Soliciting support for the ailing star, Baba Fyro called on all the top entertainers in the country to show some love to the ailing rapper.

Oboh said although Lord of Ajasa is recovering speedily, he still needs more financial assistance to enable him carry out some test that would determine if an operation needs to be carried out on gallbladder or not. MOCSOS boss, however, advocated the need for a nationwide campaign to be staged to create massive awareness on the importance of having a health insurance policy.

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According to her, early detection of ailments saves life. “The NGO did not have health insurance scheme before Lord of Ajasa took ill. We cannot abandon such a talented star who has made a great contribution to the entertainment industry to his fate. We need to assess Ajasa’s haelth situation before taking up his case,” she added. Meanwhile, Oboh has appealed to well-meaning Nigerians to come forward to assist the ailing indigenous rapper.

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