Nigerian journalist, Kemi Olunloyo has taken to social media to disclose that she is battling with an ailment identified as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
She urged Nigerians to say a word of prayer for her as she intends to go off social media for at least a month to receive proper treatment.
The Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can also be called median nerve compression, it is a condition that causes numbness, tingling, or weakness in your hand, Ripples Nigeria gathered.
Making the announcement on her Instagram handle, the self-acclaimed investigative journalist had this to say;
“Keep praying for me.
The pain is too much.
I’m suffering from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
I might be back in August or September.”
Olunloyo’s outcry is coming 24 hours after Nigerian recording artiste, Sound Sultan died of cancer at the age of 44.
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