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Ugolee who is currently in need of a kidney transplant is N33 million away from having the procedure carried out.

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Seun took to his Facebook page to write, "Donate to save the life of our friend, brother and colleague. We as a people should come together and help heal our own."

D'Banj also described Ugolee as a good man, hoping that many others would respond to the plea that would literally save his life.

He wrote on his post via Instagram, "I hardly do this but, I have known you a long time and you are a Survivor. I remember when I first signed my Glo deal in 2008, you were there working and I've always been a Good Man, a supporter of Creative talent and Creative Being yourself. How I wish we had a great health Insurance system in Nigeria. Pls accept my little contribution and pls my people, let's Help a Brother Stay Alive, nothing is too small. OooSssHhhEee. God bless us all."

Sadly, this is quickly becoming a trend with entertainers in the country, with most of them suffering from varying ailments and then asking for Nigerians to assist them.

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It might have been easier with the aid of a corporate body that sees to the needs of such entertainers but with the numbers rising on a daily, even that is no longer fail-safe.

All the same, we do wish the speedy recovery.