Big Brother Titans host, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, has recently reacted, stating how good health is not appreciated as he goes through gradual recovery from an illness which hit him before the premiere of the BBTitans show.
The wife of the BBTitans host, Cynthia Obi-Uchendu initially disclosed that he was very sick at the premiere of the reality TV show while commending his professionalism despite how the sickness got a hold of him, and mixed reactions followed suit with most people wishing him a quick recovery.
Ebuka and his co-host, Lawrence were yet again, present at the Sunday live fake eviction show and no doubt, from Ebuka's appearance, he is definitely recovering pretty well.
However Ebuka recently took to his social media page to react as well, as he suggested that good health is not appreciated the way it should be. He also added that good health should never be taken for granted. Ebuka wrote:
"Good health is not appreciated enough. Never take it for granted"
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