Sometimes sickness can take you to hell and Back. Nothing is as scary as spending a number of days in bed, not because you want to, but because you have to. Well, popular events organizer Big Kev who has been ailing for quite some time now has narrated the conundrum in his life after undergoing a successful surgery to remove a recurring tumor in India.
The celebrated events Guru has been struggling with a tumor that has been recurring in his body for the past seven years. Last week, he was flown to India for yet another surgery to remove the tumors that have been giving him painful and sleepless nights. The surgery,as he revealed in a long social media post was a success. However, the after effects of the surgery have left him in a very awkward position. His sight has been affected so is his ability to hold poop and has now been forced to use diapers since he cannot control it anymore.
Big Kev took to social media where he shared his tribulations with his fans and urged them to pray for him. This is what he wrote;
“As soon as the doctors confirmed we could leave hospital, we started preparing to come home. I had completed my diaper challenge but we could not afford to mess up on the Thirteen hour flight home. Apparently I was to weak to be trusted not to mess up like before. It was simply a chance we could not take, and I did not want to go back to diapers. That was firmly in the past. I therefore decided not to eat anything until the day I could travel right. That meant 37 hours of not eating any food while still on heavy medication and healing wounds. When time came to leave, i agreed to put on the diaper fully determined not to use it. Once again i was on a stretcher all the way from Bangalore to Nairobi. We received alot of help from the authorities across the board and airport staff to get me back home safely. Completely exhausted, i arrived home and was received by close family.In my mind knowing there is alot yet to be done.First let me clarify, I cannot use my phone personally as I am waiting for my eyes to clear from the fog but the people around me have been kind enough to indulge me their time and effort to help me put these posts out there.”