Anita Nderu Opens Up About Painful Battle With Seizures

Its been tough!

By  | Jul 27, 2020, 07:17 AM  | Anita Nderu  | Drama

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Anita Nderu is one strikingly gorgeous woman who seems to have everything to do with her life in order. She has managed to be on top of her game when it comes to the Kenyan entertainment scene and has surely succeeded in that. One would however never know about the inner battles she faces that almost break her.

 Nderu must be a strong woman to be able to maintain her sanity amidst brutal trolls and battling seizures four times in a row, just this year.The TV girl apparently has a visible scar on her right arm and the big question has been why? Stepping out in a bikini , Ms Nderu revealed she recently suffered a couple of seizures which ended up tearing apart her skin.

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Since January, she has had to live knowing she can experience seizures anytime, fortunately, in the last three occasions she was in the company of someone but she once was alone and it wasn’t good.

‘’I suffer from seizures occasionally. Started this year in January, had four so far. My 2nd and 3rd one were so hectic during that I shattered my right arms humerus into four pieces which were put back together using a titanium plate.’’

Her most recent seizure roughly a month ago – which is about the same time she was getting hang to dry over her controversial cooking show – tore apart what had been stitched so it had to get redone.

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''It’s been over a month now, the tear in the stitches scar is because my 4th seizure (the first one where I was alone) was so bad it tore it but it is all healed now.''
Unfortunately, tests have been run but nothing has been established on it’s cause so she has to bear with her condition for the time being.

Meanwhile, her left arm has to take over from where her right arm left. Responding to Amina Abdi Rabar, a dear Anita revealed she will resume duty on August 1 as she waits to see how her healing process goes.

Photo Credit: Kahawa Tungu
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