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Nollywood actress Halima Abubakar denies having cancer



Nollywood actress Halima Abubakar denies having cancer

Sultry Nollywood actress Halima Abubakar has denied reports making the rounds that she is suffering from cancer.

The thespian who recently returned from India where she underwent successful fibroid surgery removal has refuted claims by an online platform in a report which claimed that she has cancer.

Halima who now sports a bald look after shaving her hair due to drug reactions she suffered during the operation noted on a post on Instagram that she would have revealed that she has cancer just like she also opened up about her fibroid operation.

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Halima wrote on Instagram; “Naijagist you know I can sue and win this case right? If I have cancer, just the way I announced my fibroid, I would announce it. Please I have no source around me and I would appreciate the non-factual information and speculation about my health to stop. Allow me heal in peace!!

“We heal differently .Am encouraging women out there. This is wickedness and whoever wrote this will go through worst pain that I ever went through. You wrote I would deny it.

“You would tell the world who diagnosed me and how you got such conclusions. More than 1000 ladies are suffering from fibroid and I am talking to them. Am not scared of none, am sure you know this. Better apologize,” she added on the social media platform.







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