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Rapper Ikechukwu provides an update on his health, just days after revealing a life-threatening illness (Video)

Ikechukwu prays as he recovers from paralysis

Nigerian rapper, Ikechukwu Onunaki simply known as Ikechukwu has given a health update on his paralysis.

The rapper, who has been bedridden for weeks, took to his Instagram page to share videos of him trying to get back on his feet. In his caption, Ikechukwu prophesied healings to himself as he promised to never take things for granted.

“Slowly but surely.
I will get back walking
I will touch my toes without bending my knees.
I will feel no sharp stabs in my back or legs.
I will do back flip in February.

All the things I took for granted by letting my regular practices fall off.
Never again as God is my witness and healer.
Idey come.

P.s I will also gain the weight back”.

Ikechukwu opens up on his illness

Just days back, Ikechukwu had spoken out about his current health issues which have rendered him bedridden.

Ikechukwu shared his experiences during a Daddy Freeze Instagram Live session, where he claimed he is currently suffering from an illness called herniated disc and acute sciatica which have rendered his entire right side paralyzed.

He stated that the illness has kept him bedridden and he is currently using crutches.

When asked if he was still in Nigeria, Ikechuckwu said he left the country already to seek better medical care abroad after being dissatisfied with what he got.

He said, “Baba I get herniated disc and acute sciatica and it paralyzed my whole right side, lumbar 4 and 5. A whole me can you imagine, na bed wen I don dey since.

“Baba, if you see me, I’m not same person you knew before, the guy who does backflips left and right.

“To waka dey pain me. I no fit waka.

“I pulled it on the 17th in the morning, and instead of calming down, I went to a show I was booked for, the following day, I couldn’t get out of bed. After two more days of dealing with the pain, I had to rush to Evercare Hospital around 3 a.m.

“They put drips in both of my hands with painkillers, which only lasted a little bit, and I no won risk my life with Nigerian healthcare again, so I just got a ticket straight to Yankee.”

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