My sickness has brought me closer to God- Lord of Ajasa
Popular indigenous rapper has stated that his sickness has brought him closer to God. The rapper who was diagnosed of peptic ulcer said his health condition became so bad that he was not sure if he was still “alive or dead”.
The Lenu fe so crooner who said he is in high spirit after making good progress on his health and is due for another 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.”
Admonishing 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.
Ajasa also confessed that the ugly episode has brought him closer to God. He said, “My fans should be expecting a song from me because I have a lot to talk about. This sickness was a reality check for me. I have noticed that these days, everybody just talks about money; nobody thinks about their well-being.