Cancer is a deadliest disease across the world it has robbed so many lives. UpTo date there is no medicine to cure cancer but if it is diagnosed at it's early stage it can be killed by the use of proper dose of x-ray. The latest incident in Kenya was the dead of a news presenter Catherine Kasavuli. A post of a Nollywood actress shared by Tuko news raises stir online.
As per the post there was an allegation that, the actress mercy Johnson was having cancer. Mercy Johnson has come out to clear the air. She claims that, her message was misinterpreted. She says.
I said I had a cancer scare and my doctor thought it was serious. Thank you for checking back on me. I am perfectly okey."
The post raised reaction. Most of them are positive.
"Cancer is a monster may none of us suffer from this killer." Anniet Bobo says.
" Amen. Your voice is very beautiful n sweet to keep listening." Wanjiru Daniels says.
Below are some of the comments.
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