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06.07.2022 Featured MI Reveals Rapper Eedris Abdulkareem Needs Help to Overcome Kidney Failure

Published 6th Jul, 2022

By Emmanuel Uti

Jude Abaga, a rapper popularly known as MI Abaga, has revealed that Eedris Abdulkareem, a famous Nigerian singer, needs the public’s help to overcome kidney failure.

In a tweet on Wednesday, MI said he learned that Abdulkareem had been battling kidney failure for some time.

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“I received the sad news yesterday that Nigerian music icon Eedris Abdul Kareem has been battling with kidney failure and needs our help,” he tweeted.

“I will share the information below in the following tweets. Please share and support as you can #SaveEedris.

He stated that Eedris, who already has a donor in his family, requires surgery urgently.

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“SAVE EEDRIS ABDUKARIM NOW!!! Our brother has been diagnosed with Kidney Failure and requires surgery URGENTLY!!! We Have A Donor in His Family… The Hospital has fixed 27th July 2022 for this Emergency. Eedris Abdulkarim. 1003862655. Zenith Bank,” he tweeted.

Abdulkareem is a Nigerian R n B and Afrobeat artist. He is famous for his controversial song, ”Nigeria Jagajaga”.

Published 6th Jul, 2022

By Emmanuel Uti

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