30 March 2012

Nigeria: Nollywood Actor Enebeli Elebuwa's Health in Danger

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Veteran actor Enebeli Elebuwa.

For now a lot of prayers are what Nollywood veteran actor Enebeli Elebuwa who has been on sick bed for the past six month needs from Nigeria and his fans if not Nollywood may loose one of his best talents in the industry, as LEADERSHIP gathered that the health of the talented actor is at the zero point.

The actor who was first taken to Military Hospital Yaba, Lagos, when he felt sick last year from his family house then to a native doctor for a traditional healing has since been return to his residence in Lagos. Though he is said to be receiving herbal treatment, but is like no improvement has occurred in his falling health

A source confirmed to LEADERSHIP that the traditional man is on pay roll of Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN), but after months of unsuccessful attempts to bring the bulky actor to a normal health , the traditional medicine man (native doctor) who was consulted by AGN executive members and the actor's family insisted that he will do everything possible to ensure that Mr.Elebuwa will be free from bondage of stroke,but after three months of unsuccessful attempts the native doctor has advised the family and AGN members to take Mr.Elebuwa to his home town in Delta State.

But report reaching LEADERSHIP did not bring any cheering news as the man is said to be fighting for his life. The traditional man was quoted to have said that, the sickness of the actor was not ordinary has he has handled issues tougher than that of Enebeli, hence he decided to discuss the issue with Enebeli s brothers who now decided to take him to the village for more proper health care. The man, according to LEADERSHIP source, left for Delta State on Monday, March 26, 2012.

Meanwhile, it was gathered that, Enebeli s colleagues in the profession of make believe deserted the man to his faith, since when she felt sick. Excepts incumbent president Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN), Mr. Segun Arinze who was has been parading the house and the hospital of the chubby man.

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