- Media personality Emma Ugolee has expressed gratitude to God for seeing him through a journey that claimed many lives
- Ugolee said he's still standing strong after his battle with kidney failure
- The voice-over artiste went on to recount his experience of recovery
Media personality Emma Ugolee has dedicated his life's story to empowering others after he went through the valley of the shadow of death.
Emma, who was almost at the point of death while he was battling kidney disease, has gone down memory lane to celebrate his strength.
According to him, after a decade since both of his kidneys failed, he is still standing strong.
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"After a failed transplant and 22 surgeries of all sorts, from the thighs to the eyes. With several cuts and scars. After four 911 rides and several near strolls to the other side.
"After over 10 hospitals in 4 countries. After 1,296.00 sessions of dialysis. After a colon cancer scare. After almost a million dollars. After bouts of depression."
The young man noted that he is now standing stronger, healthier, and wiser as he appreciates God for seeing him through a journey that claimed many lives.
Read his full story below:
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that filmmaker Yomi Black slammed Emma Ugolee and Etcetera after they made a tribalistic comment.
Emma had said that the music industry used to be filled with singers from different parts of the country. Although he said he was not trying to claim tribalism, he added that the popular singers now are from the southwest.
Etcetera agreed with Emma and said the music industry's best is filled with southwest singers compared to singers from other parts of the country because the industry is tribalistic.
In response to the two men, Black explained that things are like that because the southwest makes better music. He also asked why no one is talking about the best footballers being from the east.
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