Nollywood actor, Kingsley Orji, has debunked the reports making the rounds on social media that embattled gospel singer, Chinedu Nwadike, has undergone kidney surgery.
It is no longer news that Prince Nwadioe has been battling a kidney disease in which he had to solicit funds from the public to carry out a kidney transplant.
Chinedu Nwadioe is currently at a Zenith Medical Center, Abuja where he is undergoing kidney dialysis, but looking to raise 20million Naira for him to be flown to India for a proper kidney transplant.
According to reports making the rounds, Entertainers in Anambra State presented total money of N5. 2 million realized from public donations to the ailing gospel singer, Chinedu Nwadike. Also, Senators representing Imo West and Anambra South, Rochas Okorocha, and Ifeanyi Ubah have also made donations towards his medical bills.
A popular native doctor, Akwa Okuko tiwara Aki from Oba in Anambra State has donated the sum of one million naira to gospel singer, Chinedu Nwadike after he announced his diagnosis with Chronic kidney disease.
Having recorded the following donations, the public automatically assumed he had undergone the transplant but Kingsley Orji has told the public to disregard such rumors because they are from mischievous people. He said that the singer is still undergoing dialysis and no surgery has been performed on him yet.
Kingsley Orji expressed surprise at the extent to which some people are going to sabotage their efforts to get help for the ailing musician. He asked what the mischief-makers are trying to gain by posting fake stories online about Chinedu Nwadike. He asked why people could be so “wicked” by posting fake stories about his condition, adding that the fake stories could prevent the singer from getting the help he needs.