Nollywood Actress Kate Henshaw Weeps For Baby Michael As LUTH Doctors Go On Strike

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June 22, 2016 – Nollywood Actress Kate Henshaw Weeps For Baby Michael As LUTH Doctors Embark On Strike

Nollywood actress Kate Henshaw is not happy at the moment over the way striking doctors abandoned little baby Michael in hospital.

The actress paid a visit to the baby diagnosed with Ulcerated Infected Facial Haemangioma at Idi Araba on Monday only to be told that doctors have embarked on strike due to lack of pay increase.

See video clips of Kate Henshaw at the hospital on Monday and her IG posts below

Since March 2016, Kate Henshaw has been urging fans to contribute to Michael’s treatment.

At this stage, the actress is still unsure what she will do to help baby Michael get treatment.

18 thoughts on “Nollywood Actress Kate Henshaw Weeps For Baby Michael As LUTH Doctors Go On Strike

  1. Kate surely looks awful here without any make ups. This is to tell us that female stars can hardly do without make ups as it promotes their looks.

    Question: Who is this baby Michael to Kate by the way?

    I take a stroll…

    • what has facial makeup got to do with what @kate just said. pls,learn to always read properly before taking a stroll…

  2. no electricity, doctors and nurses are not been paid what kind of country is this? this change Era tire me.

  3. Gettg dat baby out of d country will be the best option, bcos dis is how people are killed for lack of proper care. Whoever God as laid it in their hearts to help should pls do so and u would be blessed enormously.

  4. In as much as i pity this unfortunate predicament as it affects all and sundry.We have to understand as you have rightly said that the doctors have to uphold their Hippocratic oath and treat to the best of their abilities.I have to reaffirm here that this is their best as they cant treat on empty stomach.Is it possible for a farmer to go to farm without cutlass or even sow without reaping his effort.I believe next time you so called Nollywood stars collect free money from the government all in the name of solidarity.Tell them to build a befitting avenue and environment to promote our Nollywood movies or rather tell them to help the hospital or the 24 hrs working doctors but instead you collect your own shares because of greed.So who is more liable?……..Food for thought.

    • @konga I concord.
      @kate if you really care so much about this baby Michael please kindly get him to anywhere in Europe for a proper medical care. I’m pretty sure you are in a super position to help this kid at the moment as a super nollywood actress. Just be an angel to baby Michael please.

  5. Nigeria Doctors are making shakara, they want people want people to be dying anyhow just because of money. What God will judge is already excess!

  6. Nigeria is a failed state! This is why our very own one and only, irreplaceable father of African literature, late Prof Chinua Achebe rejected that empty award, soaked in irremediable blemish, which the federal govt had wanted to give him.

    They are busy sharing and while every other thing in the country decays.

  7. Are Doctors to be blamed here or our blood sucking greedy bastards politicians who do not value our lives? They emptied and are still emptying our treasury living innocent citizens dead on our dilapidated roads and hospitals while they seek solace in Western world. May they never see happiness. May god of thunder destroy everything they live for and destroy their households for eternity. Ariwo geee nile won, tomotomo, tayataya, tebitebi ati enikeni ti o ba je ninu madaru won. Ase Edumare.

  8. no wonder even our own president travelled out of the country for Treatment, Although they ain’t(@ Doc,) the only ones to be blamed for this mess part of it goes to our Lack of good ADMINISTRATION by the Gov.

  9. we do charity and we put all over the news. small time we will say we are Christians….
    like d hunter above says…. i take a stroll……

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