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How I survived stroke – Kudirat Odukanwi, aka Iyabo Oko

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A seasoned Yoruba actress, Kudirat Odukanwi, popularly called  Iyabo Oko, has narrated her experience in the past one year, saying she had been hit by stroke.

According to her, she lost her voice, weight and mobility power during the period.
She told City People in an interview that she was scared in the process, especially based on the harvest of deaths the entertainment industry was witnessing.
Odukanmi said, “I thank God almighty for sparing my life till this moment. The devil tried his best but God showed him that He is truly the Alfa and Omega. What happened was that, that  day, after I woke up very early in the morning and  attempted to talk, I just found out that I couldn’t talk any longer and I was told it was a partial stroke. I was taken to a hospital and I was treated. The doctors really tried their best. The hospital is called 68 Military Hospital, Yaba, Lagos’.
“They tried but I couldn’t just talk for months but I still give glory to God that I can now talk properly. The funny thing is that I was not paralysed; my legs and hands were effective, just that I couldn’t talk. I first spent two weeks in the hospital. When I got home, it started again and I returned to the hospital. I visited the hospital like three times.
“I was discharged and my son came from abroad and rushed me to the UK  where I spent like one  month. I was at home but doctors were coming to treat me. He employed a therapist and after a month, I started talking and my son finally took me to India where everything was perfected. I spent seven months in India.”

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