Singer Kefee Diagnosed Of Pregnancy Disorder And High Blood Pressure

Branama crooner Kefee who was reported to have been in a coma while aboard a flight in Chicago has been diagnosed of disorder of pregnancy characterized by high blood pressure medically known as Pre-eclampsia.
Six-month pregnant Kefee had embarked on a 14-hour flight to Chicago for an event but went into coma, forcing the plane to land in Los Angeles so that she could be urgently attended to.
A medical doctor in Nigeria, Dr Adeyefa, shedding more light on Kefee’s condition, said “Kefee is in a precarious situation because of the six months pregnancy. If the foetus had been nine months, the doctors would have removed the baby and saved the mother and child. As it is now, not only will the baby not survive because the carrier is in coma, Kefee may also lose her life from further complications. The chances of the mother surviving is narrow, while the kid has a narrower chance. I urge Nigerians to pray for her for a miracle because that is what she really needs,” he added.

Media reports had it that the gospel singer was in coma at the intensive care unit of an American hospital where she was moved to after collapsing on a Chicago-bound flight.

Her husband,Teddy Don-Momoh, confirmed the downward turn in her health by calling for prayers for her from Nigerians.

According to a statement by Kefee’s publicist, Teddy made the plea from the United States of America where his wife is still under intensive care at a Los Angeles hospital.

Kefee’s collapse on the flight forced the plane to make an emergency landing in Los so that she could receive medical attention.

The statement by the publicist quoted Teddy as saying; “Kefee wants her friends, fans and well-wishers to know that she loves them.

“We just need prayers now. She needs our prayers because there is nothing God  can not do. Prayer is the key.”

@kblingsstbadmus for Naija Entertainment Uncensored
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