Verydarkman revealed that the actor’s family, friends and loved ones all betrayed him by taking advantage of him and abandoning him when he needed them most.
Fans, lovers, relatives and friends of famous actor John Okafor, popularly known as Mr Ibu, are mourning the news that his leg has been cut off.
Very Dark Man, a social media activist, shared the tragic news in a video that went viral, expressing his sadness over the news.
He revealed that the actor’s family, friends and loved ones had all betrayed him by taking advantage of him and abandoning him when he needed them the most.
He had just had a conversation with his family, who told him that the actor’s leg had been removed.
“Hello guys, as I speak to you now, they have just finished amputating Mr. Ibu’s leg. To be completely honest, this is very sad news because of a lot of things that happened around what led to them having to cut his legs.
In summary, I can say that everyone around him, including his family, wanted to use him. Both friends, they all took advantage of him. When he needed support, there was no one.”
The news has left many heartbroken as they took to social media to mourn.
One Ehidiahmen Okojie wrote: “Shit. This is really painful, this leg ultimately cost him his career
One royalty Preshy wrote, “It’s good
An Enny Bobo official wrote: “Omo!! Chai, Kai. Suppose this country now has health insurance!! It would have prevented this since the beginning of the disease
One Simeon Delight wrote: ‘So in the end they cut the leg. God, this is so sad. I wish him and his family all the strength they need to get through this phase of life
One Teeto Olayeni wrote: “It’s so sad but honestly it’s better than him losing his life. The disease must have been there for a long time and not properly taken care of
One Kennedy Excel wrote: ‘Chai, sorry, thank God you’re alive sir, he can still use a prosthetic leg to walk again.
One Bala wrote: “Please pray for me. Ibu, this is not the time to talk about moving or family. Pray and support where you can.
One Skesh Makanaki wrote: “Here’s to all the NSPPD prayers