By Modupe Gbadeyanka The Ekiti State government led by Governor Kayode Fayemi, has promised to do its best to get ailing Yoruba actor, Mr Ojo Arowosafe, otherwise known as Fadeyi Oloro, back on his feet. The Igbara Odo Ekiti born theatre icon known for his herbalist role in movies, was diagnosed of tuberculosis and prostate related issues, which have kept off movie locations for a while. On Tuesday, a team sent to the actor\u2019s home in Itele Ota area of Ogun State, conveyed the Governor\u2019s message to him. The team led by the Director General of Ekiti State Council for Arts and Culture, Mr Wale Ojo Lanre, assured the veteran actor that Governor Fayemi will look keenly into his case. Accompanied by the Director of Culture in the agency, Mr Adebanji Oyinade Adelusi, the DG said, \u201cThe governor is our father in the state and he is concerned about everybody. He wants Ekiti indigenes to be healthy and happy wherever they are in the world. \u201cHe was not happy when he heard of your health status and that was why he asked us to locate you, know your status and present you this to support your bills,\u201d Mr Ojo Lanre told Fadeyi Oloro. He assured the thespian of further support from the Governor. In his remarks, Fadeyi Oloro thanked the Governor for finding it worthy to visit and support him in this trying period of his. \u201cI am very happy that my state governor did not ignore and allow me to die like a pauper in this sickness. I am grateful to him and pray for his success in office,\u201d he told his guests. Narrating his ordeal, Fadeyi Oloro said, \u201cThe ailment started in February this year, when I was diagnosed of tuberculosis and later prostate related diseases. \u201cI would have been dead by now because the doctor was not sure whether I would survive when they took me to the hospital, but God gave me a second chance and I thank him for it.\u201d The actor commended Mrs Joe Odumakin, who he described as \u201can Angel sent by God to save me from untimely death,\u201d saying that the human rights activist and her team have been doing a wonderful work. \u201cShe is a great woman whose contribution to my being alive today cannot be quantified. I will never forget in my life how she has helped me and also solici support for me,\u201d he added. Also speaking during the visit, Mrs Odumakin, who is the founder of Women Arise, a human rights organisation, lauded Governor Fayemi for his genuine passion in caring for the well-being of his people According to her, Mr Fayemi has \u201cdemonstrated exemplary virtue with this gesture and I am indeed happy and grateful to him.\u201d She however, appealed to Nigerians to still support Fadeyi Oloro to regain his health and be back on his feet.