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Doyin Okupe Opens Up About Second Battle with Cancer and Weight Loss Journey

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Doyin Okupe, a former presidential spokesperson of the Labour Party, has recently opened up about his battle with cancer for the second time and his weight loss journey.

In an interview with Channels Television’s Political Paradigm, Okupe revealed that he is now an ordained evangelist for Jesus Christ. His main focus going forward will be evangelism, as he bears witness to God’s saving grace during his health challenges.

Okupe’s weight loss journey was influenced by his battle with cancer. He underwent chemotherapy, which caused him to lose appetite, experience nausea, and ultimately shed weight. At the start of chemotherapy, he weighed 127kg, but due to the treatment, he dropped to 97kg. After completing chemotherapy, his weight increased slightly to 103kg.

Additionally, Okupe embarked on a 30-day fluid fast, during which he consumed only fluids, leading to an additional 10kg weight loss. Through it all, he remains a testament to the power of faith and resilience, emphasizing that there is nothing the Lord God Jehovah cannot do¹²³.

As an evangelist, Doyin Okupe’s journey serves as an inspiring example of overcoming adversity and finding purpose in faith.

When questioned about his weight loss journey, he responded: “It’s part in part, the first problem was cancer I had and the chemotherapy makes you lose appetite, you have nausea, and even as you sustain for several months, you lose weight.

“When I started chemotherapy, I was 127kg, and then I came down to 97kg… the chemotherapy ended and I went back to 103kg.”

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