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“Queen Of Katwe” Actress Needs Millions To Treat Her Cancer In India

“Queen Of Katwe” Actress Needs Millions For Cancer Treatment In India

The young and beautiful actress, Nikita Pearl Waligwa, 14, featured in a popular movie known as “Queen Of Katwe”, is apparently battling with brain tumor of which she was asked to pay 20,000 USD for treatment.

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Nikita acted as Gloria in the movie “Queen Of Katwe” – 2016 that went viral and watched by millions of people both in Uganda and Internationally.

However, the movie actress, was first diagnosed with a brain tumor 3 years ago, but unfortunately, the doctors mentioned that the tumor is centered at the sensitive part of the brain responsible for movement of the limbs, eyesight and speech.

Doctors at Platinum hospital said that they lacked the equipment to carry out the surgery that she needed to get better and therefore, Nikita was refereed to India for better surgery.

Shockingly, Nikita can no longer sit since her limbs cannot support her head. This time round the tumor has grown big, which causes a lot of pain in her body. Now her family is kindly asking however feels concerned to help her out with any financial support.

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