Adekunle Gold visits ailing singer, Khaid in the hospital (Video)

Top Nigerian musician, Adekunle Gold has paid a visit to his younger colleague, Khaid at the hospital weeks after he was admitted.

It may be recalled that Khaid was hospitalized last month as a result of internal bleeding, and there was an accompanying video of him being wheeled into the facility in a stretcher.

Content creator, Carter Efe who repeatedly expressed concerns over the ‘With You’ crooner’s health status shared a new video of Khaid using crutches with the assistance of two individuals.

The famous skit-maker and musician, however allayed the fears of fans by disclosing that the singer’s condition is improving.

In a video circulating on social media platforms, Adekunle Gold could be seen beside Khaid’s bedside, offering words of encouragement.

Watch video below:

Meanwhile, in other news…

Oluwateniola Omidiji, a 300-level Nursing Science student of Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo, Ogun State, has dragged the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC to court for allegedly detaining her.

He was reportedly arrested from the school premises by operatives of the Lagos zonal command on April 26, 2024 over a business transaction carried out by her widowed mother in 2020.

This action caused the 19-year-old girl to miss her school exams, as she spent days in its custody due to the anti-graft agency’s inability to locate her mother, Mrs Omoniyi Omidiji.

In a fundamental rights suit marked FHC/L/CS/759/224, filed at the Federal High Court, Lagos, Miss Omidiji alleged that she was taken hostage by EFCC operatives over a debt which one Mr. Charles Nwoko alleged that her mother owed him from a business deal.

Oluwateniola, who has been in the EFCC facility, has cried out to the court, saying that she has spent 10 days while examination has been going on in her school.

From the court papers sighted, EFCC is said to have maintained that having been named by her mother as a director of Elisto, the 19-year-old Oluwateniola should answer for her mother’s presumed crime in the joint venture with Mr. Nwoko.