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According to information gathered, veteran actor, Kayode Odumosu, popularly known as Pa Kasumu is not in the best of health at the moment. The comic actor is seriously down with liver and heart related ailment which has put a big hole in his pocket.
In a recent interview published bu Nigeriafilms.com, he reveals the actual cause of his ailment.
Veteran actor, Kayode Odumosu, popularly known as Pa Kasumu is not in the best of health at the moment. The comic actor is seriously down with liver and heart related ailment which has put a big hole in his pocket.
“I was a chain smoker before I stopped in 1977; they still saw the traces in my system. I used to drink but I wasn’t a drunkard. I have stopped it though, but they still saw the traces in my system.
These vices were far back in the 70s, but they saw them in the tests.
My advice to those drinking and smoking is that they should stop; they shouldn’t think nothing can happen to them, it is dangerous.
I have stopped those habits, I don’t even drink soft drinks, I take only water. If I had known, I would have started with water”.
Nigeriafilms learnt the actor is currently spending about #34,000 per month on medications to stabilize his conditions.
When asked about his state of health, he replied;
Yes I must confess to you that I just thank God that I am alive. In fact, I had given up all hopes already. I taught the end had come for me. I taught it was fever that’s why I left for the hospital. In fact when I got to the hospital, I lost consciousness. I only discovered when waking up that my manhood was in the hands of two nurses while they guarded it into a receptacle for me to urinate. I got so confused. It was the following day that they tried to conduct series of test on me and they could not really achieve much due to the lack of enough medical facilities at the private hospital. That made the doctor on duty to refer me to Lagos Teaching Hospital (LUTH).”
“But I Thank God that I am feeling ok for now, though, I still feel a little tired when I am walking, ‘And I am heavily on drugs that cost me about N34,000(Thirty Four Thousand Naira)every month,” he said.