Gospel artiste Jimmy Gait is set to travel to India for treatment over a throat problem that has been affecting him for a year.
Jimmy, who is well known for hits such as ‘Muhadhara’, has in an interview with Mpasho revealed that he will be in India for 15-20 days.
I went to hospital last year because I could not sing and even talk in a loud voice.
I am going for treatment, I will be leaving for India on Sunday.
I had been admitted to Aga Khan for days going through checkups and those are the photos doing rounds on social media.
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He adds that its not been an easy road for him, given music is his passion.
It has become so delicate and I need more tests done in India.
The fact that I can’t use my talent makes me feel so bad but I am hoping for the best.
Its been over a year but we were hesitant and it has really affected my music.
According to Jimmy, the effect on his voice is what has kept him off the music scene given that he cannot strain his voice.
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He went on to advise those claiming that he is an attention seeker to understand that such serious issues like health are not things to joke about.
I want to thank my fans for the overwhelming support and ask them to keep supporting me.
Even those who criticize me, i still love them as well. on Saturday, there will be a prayer meeting at After 40 hotel in Biiashara streets.
my family have been supportive and they are give 100%
to those who think I am trying to seek attention, let them know that there are things people don’t joke around with which includes health matters.
He had taken to his social media to ask his fans for prayers
Pray for me as I go through treatment. Thanks for all your support…much love!
In conclusion, Jimmy goes on to advise people to avoid the negative energy given that it does not help anyone, him included
I encourage people to just give me positive energy as I am going through a very hard time. I have never been on surgery and especially that is happening on my greatest asset (throat) make me worry more. Let us not be negative.
Jimmy’s admission comes barely a week after gospel artiste Pitson revealed that doctors had ordered him to keep off singing for a few months after he damaged his voice.
According to the ‘Lingala Ya Yesu’ hit maker all he can do for now is rest and take enough water to allow his body to recover.