At last, the ailing veteran actor and broadcaster, Sadiq Daba is due to travel to the United Kingdom, on Sunday night for further medical treatment.
For some months now, Sadiq has been battling prostate cancer and leukaemia but lack of funds hampered his treatment.
The ailing actor, who is best known for his role in the award-winning movie October 1 as inspector Waziri, is lucky to have caring friends and families beside him, as they rallied around him to raise funds for him.
This cheery news was confirmed to HVP, by one of those who are close to the actor.
While in the UK, Sadiq will undergo surgery at Wellington Diagnostics Hospital in the North West of London.
“Sadiq leaves for the UK on Sunday night for further medical treatment. He obtained his visa on Thursday, November 29.
“The team that assisted and worked effortlessly to obtain his medical visa at the British High Commission, Lagos are the ace broadcaster, Soni Irabor, Chief Kenny Martins, veteran producer and broadcaster Mabel Akomu Oboh and human rights activist, Dr Joe Okei-Odumakin”, the source said.
The source was also said to have confirmed that Sadiq will be travelling in the company of his wife, Bolaji Daba.
It should be recalled that ace broadcaster Soni Irabor, posted on his Instagram page last week that enough funds had been raised for the ailing Sadiq and he’s set to travel to the UK to commence treatment.
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