Shocking! I wrote my will, booked a space in a Cemetery after being Diagnosed with an incurable Disease -Kemi

Shocking! I wrote my will, booked a space in a Cemetery after being Diagnosed with an incurable Disease -Kemi

Shocking! I wrote my will, booked a space in a Cemetery after being Diagnosed with an incurable Disease -Kemi 1 When I was diagnosed with an incurable disease, I made arrangements for my funeral and reserved a place in a cemetery.

Upon learning of her diagnosis, the actress posted a statement on her Instagram page on Friday, stating that she had written her Will and reserved a plot at a funeral home.

An emotional account of her battle with what appeared to be an incurable disease that she was suffering from has been shared by Nollywood actress Kemi Afolabi. Kemi Afolabi has shared a touching experience of her battle with what appeared to be an incurable disease that she was suffering from.

Following her diagnosis with the incurable disease, the actress claims that she prepared for death.

Despite her unfaithfulness, she wrote, “I wrote my will and reserved a space with Ebony Vault for the year 2021, but God demonstrated his faithfulness to me.”

“Can you tell me who I am that God is so concerned with my existence?” Is it just any old sand, really? Those were the days when I was bounced around from my private hospital to LASUTH, to Army barracks hospital WAEC, and finally to LUTH, where I spent more than three months.

For about a month, I was on oxygen and underwent COVID-19 tests every 48 hours at the LASUTH emergency department because my breathing was becoming increasingly difficult. Despite several tests being performed, no diagnosis has been made.

If you say there is no God, you’re a lunatic.” I sold my properties after spending all of my savings because I knew that the thought of bringing my situation to the attention of the public or begging for funds at the time would make me die even faster than it already had.

It took a long time for me to be diagnosed with a condition that has no cure but can be managed with medication and requires me to go in and out of the hospital at will” (SLE).

Fluid had clogged my lungs and prevented my heart from functioning properly, which was the source of my breathlessness, which was caused by the condition that was discovered! Because the fluid needed to be removed as soon as possible, only surgery was an option.

“Everything in my life has changed, but I am grateful that I am still alive.”

“Being in an industry that places a high value on appearance, it’s been a struggle to take medications that help relieve my pain but also affect my weight, and people will constantly remind you of how FAT you’ve become without hesitation.”

It has been a difficult year in 2021!” Although I struggled at times, God was always there to help me and some special people were by my side.

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