Sunday, June 8, 2014

Kefee's Coma State Caused by Pregnancy Complications, Needs A Miracle

This life is indeed a mystery. One minute she is ok and within a twinkle of an eye she now needs a miracle to be alive. What a life! According to doctors in the hospital where is in a state of Coma, 6-month pregnant Kefee is suffering from a pregnancy induced blood pressure; pre-eclampsia.
The doctors say the chance of the Gospel singer getting out of coma is slim as her situation not only requires a lot of prayers for survival, but also a miracle.

A Nigerian doctor, Dr. Adeyefa, shedding more light on her condition, said, “Kefee is in a precarious situation as a result of her six-month 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.”
Also, a source close to her Kefee has opened up one what is happening to her. The source told Tribune that: “Kefee surely did not know that she had a high blood pressure before she embarked on the long trip and suddenly went into coma in the air. That she is pregnant has made her situation dicey, so she will need a miracle to survive, a doctor told me.”

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.

Her husband, Teddy Don-Momoh, confirmed the downward turn in her health by calling for prayers for her from Nigerians. “We just need prayers now. She needs our prayers because there is nothing God can not do. Prayer is the key.” he said.

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