His wife said, her husband has been well over the past five months and was treated for several conditions including, malaria, typhoid fever until he was recently diagnosed with kidney failure.
She also disclosed that someone recently called asking to donate his kidney to the sound engineer should he require a transplant.
Aisha Yussif stated that currently, the cost for his treatment has not been approved because it is not certain that he should get a transplant.
The family said, they wanted to keep this private some industry players including, David Oscar who started a campaign to seek funds to support him after he sought permission from the family.
According to his wife, some industry players are supporting the family financially after they got to know of his condition.
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