Actress Halima Abubakar says ‘Devil is a liar, I am going nowhere’.

Halima Abubakar rejects death, says devil is a liar. Nigerians are concerned about Actress Halima Abubakar’s health. The actress who is currently undergoing medical treatment for complications she suffered from Fibroid operation in India earlier this year, is very positive about her current health status.

In a birthday post to her friend and fellow actress, Uche Elendu which she posted some hours ago, Halima Abubakar said the devil is a liar and she is not going anywhere. She wrote:

“With all my strength I say happy belated birthday my love. You are a wonderful friend whom I don’t regret meeting. Thank you for showing me love and constantly checking up on me. Don’t worry boo, the devil is a liar and I am going nowhere. Wish you greatness @ucheelendu and peace of mind. Love you.”

Last Sunday, actress Tonto Dikeh vowed to take care of Halima Abubakar who was sick. Tonto shared a photo of Halima Abubakar who appeared to be on a hospital bed promising to take take care of her. She also appealed that her fans and well-wishers should pray for her. The news of Halima Abubakar’s health left her fans in tears as they prayed and wished her a speedy recovery.

Halima Abubakar’s brother, Isah Abubakar took to Instagram to reveal the current health status of the actress so as to put the minds of her fans and well wishers at ease.

In his post, he thanked the First Lady of Kogi State, Mrs Rashidat Bello, actress Tonto Dikeh and fans and well wishers of the actress for their support at this trying time in his sister’s life. Isah disclosed that his sister was suffering from complications which occurred as a result of the Fibroid surgery she had in India few months ago.

Halima Abubakar

He wrote: “On behalf of our big sister, we want to thank everyone who called, commented and prayed for her. We all are grateful. To Aunty Tonto for being a good friend and for always being there, thank you. Special thanks to my sister’s mentor, the First Lady of Kogi state for being an example of love, and kindness towards our sister who had complications from fibroid. We love and pray for God to keep uplifting you for all you do for everyone and for being a mother to our sister. Your kindness will never go in vain.”

We wish Halima Abubakar a speedy recovery.

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