Nigerian music producer OJB after a long silence since his sickness has finally spoken on information that was passed by Ghanaian actress and founder of the Juliet Ibrahim Foundation. Last week, Juliet Ibrahim posted a message on her instagram page saying kidney transplant does not cost more than $50,000 and wondered why people raising funds for OJB were requesting for $100, 000.
In an interview with the Encomium mag, the ailing music producer and singer said;
“The mistake she’s making is that it depends on the hospital you are going to in India. She says she runs a foundation, they might give her a rebate. The procedure itself is $55, 000. When you take out $55, 000, you are left with $45, 000. What about the running cost of the procedure? You don’t go to India only to come back and start asking for help again. At least, I need some money to maintain myself for the next one year. So when you factor in all these costs, add air tickets and lodging, you will appreciate what we are talking about.