Radio Presenter Diagnosed With Terminal Cancer Cries Out For Help

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Sensei Uche Diagnosed With Terminal Cancer

Wednesday August 2nd, 2017 – Nigerian Radio Show Host, City FM OAP Sensei Uche Diagnosed With Terminal Cancer

City FM On-Air-Personaity (OAP) Sensei Uche, who is currently battling a terminal caner is seeking financial help to receive radiotherapy in an affiliate hospital abroad.

With his colleagues already spreading the news on different social platforms the OAP needs $21,000 to continue his chemotherapy for which he has completed two of seven courses at Lakeshore Center in Lagos.

He wrote, “It has been in no uncertain terms, thanks to the support of my family, friends, and dear colleagues at City FM that I have been managing to cope with all of this. The emotional, the physical and the financial struggles that accompany fighting such a disease are just too overwhelming for one person to hope to transcend. To those who have been there, my sincerest and deepest gratitude.

“My treatment plan consists of six courses of chemotherapy and intermittent radiotherapy spread over a seven month period. My fight has begun, and at the time of writing I have completed two courses of chemotherapy at Lakeshore Center in Lagos, with plans to receive radiotherapy in one of their affiliates abroad. With a projected cost of 21,000 USD/~16,000 GBP to complete my treatment, I wish to appeal to you all to help in my battle against cancer”.

If you wish to make donations in NGN please use the following: First Bank; Uche Agbai Account number: 200885622.

Sensei shared his battle with cancer and sought the help of Nigerians to help beat it, on July 30, 2017.

Sensei, as he is popularly known in the media world, started his radio career with Classic Fm Lagos, pioneering the Nocturnal Classics show. He then moved to City FM where he has been hosting the evening Drive Time Show since the station began broadcasting.

Sensei is also an event host, television show host, musician, actor and hype man.