Thursday, July 09, 2015
Comedian, Julius Agwu Narrates Near Death Experience With Brain Tumor
For several months he was out of scene completely, however, not many knew that the Rivers State born comedian, Julius Agwu was battling with a deadly brain tumor which almost took his life.
In an emotional laden voice, Julius Agwu narrated his near death experience with the ailment which made lose serious weight and was full of thanks for his wife, Ibiere who stood by him like the rock of Jibralter, cleaned up his mess, bath him and took care of the home front. Although many attribute his massive weight loss to ailments like, HIV and the rest.
The good thing is that Julius Agwu is back, hale and hearty and planning a huge thanks giving ceremony. Read below how he narrated it to Yes International! magazine
According to the magazine, “On the genesis of his ill health, he said he can’t say specifically when and how it started. But all he could recollect was that at some point, he went on and on losing serious weight, which got many people wondering. Some concerned ones started proffering solutions, both medically and spiritually, while others resorted to murmuring and gossiping.
“It went on and on until sometime in May when he had a seizure at home and while his wife, Ibiere, whom he lavished with so much thanks all through our stay for her love, care, understanding and support, battled to halt that, he ran out of breath. Almost lifeless. And with the likely consequences starring her in the face, Ibiere got their maid and the security man to assist her in getting him into one of their cars. And from there, they practically sprinted to their hospital in Lekki. Thank God the doctor was on call. He battled for hours with his
team to ‘bring him back to life again’. And upon stabilizing him, Julius and his wife immediately left for the United States of America. Houston to be precise, where arrangement had been made at the Park Plaza Hospital. After a series of tests, two lumps were discovered in his brain! The lumps had been messing up his health and causing his incessant weight loss. Immediately, the Caucasian surgeons went to work, operating on him for about 4 hours on Tuesday, May 12, 2015, at the Park Plaza Hospital in Houston Texas, United States of America. Upon being discharged, Julius rested in the US for sometime before returning home recently.”
Julius Agwu is now in good health. During his health scare, the comedian praised his wife Ibiere Agwu for doing a lot for him.
“Onyeoma, I no go lie to you, na dem I just dey think about.
But like I said earlier, it’s God at work. I want to thank everybody who supported me in one way or the other. Those that were praying for me and all that.
I’m planning a thanksgiving where I will still tell the full story. But for now, I just want to thank God and my wife. Onyeoma! My wife tried. The day I had the seizure, she put her finger in my mouth and I bit it…All the vomit; the mess; she was the one brushing and bathing me on the bed and clearing and cleaning them. IB really, really tried for me”. A smile immediately erupted on the face of IB who was sitting adjacent us and also listening to her husband narrate his story. His two children who were also nearby immediately made for where we were sitting and started crawling all over us. And as if on cue, Julius quipped in an emotional voice: “Onyeoma, wetin for happen like say…”
The comedian is now planning a thanksgiving and organizing the tenth anniversary of his annual comedy show Crack Ya Ribs.
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