Chime undergoes surgery, discharged in UK
ABSENTEE Enugu State Governor Sullivan Chime had an endoscopy operation at the Wellington Hospital in St. John’s Wood Wednesday, very reliable sources within the North West hospital disclosed to The Guardian.
It was gathered that Chime on Monday had an appointment at the 9 Harley Street Clinic with Prof. Paul O’Flynn in the company of his daughter – the lady The Guardian reported was wearing a tight shinning black jeans and white shirt – and the governor’s brother. “He was there with his daughter and brother,” the source said.
Although it wasn’t clear from the source how long Wednesday’s operation at Wellington lasted following The Guardian’s story on Tuesday, the source said “he came in to the ward today for a procedure and has been discharged.”
Speaking further, the source added, “he attended the Day Unit and has been discharged from the unit and he’s no longer under the care of the endoscopy unit anymore.” The Guardian’s investigation also revealed that when the governor was admitted to the hospital in the last quarter of last year, he “stayed for a while,” before being discharged on November 26.