Nigerian Singer Eedris Abdulkareem Optimistic About His Health, Speaks To Fans From Hospital

Eedris Abdulkareem, veteran Nigerian rapper and singer,  shows his profound gratitude to his colleagues, fans and well wishers who has been by him through this trying times as he battles kidney failure. The renowned singer was was recently diagnosed with a kidney problem and hospitalized.

In video clip posted to his Instagram Handle, the singer informs Nigerians about how he was feeling.

He stressed that he strongly believed he would successfully overcome his current situation.

According to the rapper, he had started to undergo his weekly dialysis regime and earlier Friday he had one of his sessions which was successful.

“Hi my people, this is me undergoing my weekly dialysis regime in high spirit and with a strong belief in the efficacy of your prayers, love, and care!.

“I sincerely want to thank and appreciate those who have reached out to me and my family in support.

“Your assistance, kind gestures, get well soon wishes and prayers are highly appreciated and therapeutic, to say the least.

“Thank you so much and God Bless you! ❤️,” he wrote.

Eedris Turayo Abdulkareem Ajenifuja (born December 24, 1974), professionally known as Eedris Abdulkareem, is a Nigerian hip hop, R n B and Afrobeat artist, songwriter and singer. He was the lead rapper of the defunct Nigerian hip hop boy band The Remedies.

Born Eedris Turayo Abdulkareem Ajenifuja to a polygamous family in Kano, Nigeria, his father was from Ilesha, Osun State, and his mother was from Ogun State, all in the South Western part of Nigeria, but he adopted Kano State as his state of origin. He lost his father at the age of 2 and eight of his elder siblings as time went by.

The singer came to the limelight after being part of the group, Remedies which includes the likes of Tony Tetuilla and Eddy Montana before they finally went their separate ways with each taking up a solo career.

In 2002, He released his first solo album, “Pass”, which was well-received by music pundits, followed by Mr. Lecturer, which mainly focuses on sexual harassment in Universities.

He dropped another album “Jaga Jaga” in 2004 which was even more controversial than his previous ones, the song centered on the corruption and suffering in Nigeria and was banned on radio and television stations by the then president, Olusegun Obasanjo.

The rapper has received numerous awards and recognitions due to his immense contribution to the growth and development of the entertainment industry.

Quick recovery eEdris!