King Kaka is always known to be full of energy when invited to shows but this energy seemed to be fading when he was called to his wife's show "Parenthood 101" sometime back.He looked weak and sickly and prompted one of his fans to question.
Even though his Wife admitted that he was sick,she didn't offer any detailed explanation of what he was suffering from.
In an emotional post on Facebook, King Kaka has opened up to his fans about his battle with sickness for the last three months and 8 days.
He has said that he was misdiagnosed and during the entire period he has lost 33kgs.Even though he did all tests they all turned out negative.
He adds that he feels no pain and has only been taking porridge and fruits and he only started to eat three weeks ago because he felt no taste for 2 months.
He went on to thank his wife Nana Owiti,his mom and close friends for being supportive through out the entire period.
Quick Recovery King Kaka,Kijiji Mzima Inakuombea.
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