RADIO and television personality, Robert Marawa has landed in ICU due to a heart attack. This left his listeners wondering where he was.
According to Sunday Sun, the host of the Marawa Sports show on Radio 2000 posted a video on Twitter.
In the two-minute 20 second video, he shares his near-death encounter at the hospital.
According to the former SuperSport presenter, he was admitted to a hospital after not feeling well.
Says Robert in the video: I thought I’d bring myself out of the dark hole where I’ve been for the past 2 weeks that’s caused my absence from Radio #MSW and give you a summarised overview as I begin to heal.
Marawa explained he’d suffered two heart attacks in the past and added he’d been going for regular check-ups.
Last week he drove himself from home to the hospital, Robert says.
“I decided to go and admit myself because I pain that wasn’t making sense to me,” Marawa says.
I thought I’d bring myself out of the dark hole where I’ve been for the past 2 weeks that’s caused my absence from Radio #MSW & give u a summarized overview as I begin to heal. #cardiovascularhealth#bloodclots #recovery pic.twitter.com/nMYjDDb3wW
— robertmarawa (@robertmarawa) August 17, 2019
“Within a couple of hours, I was in the ICU and that’s where I’ve been for the past seven days,” he told his fans. he was in the recovery ward.
He says it was unbelievable because it was a matter of life and not living.
“That’s what it is because ICU is not a playground,” says Marawa.
He also thanked the staff at the hospital, whom he didn’t mention by name, reports Sunday Sun.
He said a health check is a personal journey and he took it upon himself to update you because he has always maintained that we need to get our numbers checked.
“People should do health-checks.”
Robert says he was prolonging his stay at the health facility because the doctors needed to check if there were blood clots or not.
According to reports he also fingered travelling to and from Egypt to have also played a part on his health scare.
Last year, it was reported that he was admitted to an undisclosed hospital following a heart attack.