Nollywood Actor, Kevin Uvo Narrates How He Almost Died 24hrs To His Wedding


Nollywood script interpreter, Kevin Uvo, took to his Instagram page, to narrate his close shave with death 24 hours to his wedding.

According to the actor, it all started after he felt a serious disorder in his stomach,which made him slumped

Kevin Uvo further revealed that he woke 6 hours later at the emergency ward of St. Joseph Hospital in Asaba, Delta State.

He wrote;

Today(24hours to my wedding) I had a close shave with Death But GOD proved HE alone is GOD.
I woke up Really strong making calls,sending descriptions to invited guests when suddenly I felt a serious cramp inside my stomach,the pain was so severe that I collapsed but struggled to stay conscious, I later managed to crawl into my hotel room,Thank God my bro tony romeo had stoppedby after church,fast foward like i was told 6hours later I woke up at the emergency ward of st. Joseph hospital Asaba with drip and was told I had been given 6injections..

Planning my wedding had open my eyes to who truly alot of so called friends/colleagues are.
Question-What if I had died?
Ans- Definitely lots of fake people including those who have allowed fame/money make them forget their humble beginnings/becloud their sense of reasoning and ofcourse some who obviously don’t like me 4reasons best known to them will act up and post my pics writing Rip my friend/colleague but thank God for God..

He also shared his wedding photo in a subsequent post. The photo came with this caption;

GOD came through…. Signed,sealed and never to be dusted….
Thank you for Accepting me @jenniferuc.e

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