Mr Ibu’s health has worsened, Advised to cut off two of his toes – Former manager reveals

In the words of the former manager, Chochoo, it has been revealed that John Okafor, also known as Mr. Ibu, a prominent Nigerian actor, has been advised by doctors to undergo a surgical operation, which includes the amputation of two toes, due to complications arising from diabetes.

This information comes after two months of persistent reports circulating online, falsely claiming the actor’s death. Chochoo, who maintains a close relationship with Mr. Ibu, has taken it upon himself to clarify the situation and put an end to these unfounded allegations.

While acknowledging the seriousness of Mr. Ibu’s health challenges, Chochoo emphasized that the actor is still alive and has chosen to proceed with the recommended surgical procedure in order to address his ongoing health issues.

The decision to amputate two toes was not made lightly, but rather after consultations with medical professionals who determined that these toes had been significantly affected by diabetes and were at risk of further deterioration.

Contrary to baseless speculations online suggesting that Mr. Ibu may lose an entire leg, the doctors have advised a focused and targeted approach to preserve his overall health.

In the former manager words;

“He has been dying online for about two months now. I don’t know where they are getting the news from because online, he is already dead but offline he is still alive. He is having another operation either today or tomorrow morning. I was his former manager but we are still very close. Online he is dead already but he is very much alive in reality.”

He has had some complications based on his health but this time he is battling with diabetes. Contrary to reports online that they want to cut off his leg, the doctors advised him to cut off two toes because they have been affected by the illness because they were getting rotten,” he added.

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