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Tata Ndindin in good spirits after leg amputation
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Tata Ndindin in good spirits after leg amputation

Tata Ndinding has said he hasn’t felt devastated since his leg was amputated in Dakar, Senegal.

The famous kora player told What’s On-Gambia that he is recovering well, and the support he is receiving from fans since he was discharged from hospital is keeping his spirits buoyed.

Tata was sick for almost a year before he was flown to Senegal for proper medical attention. The cause of his illness still remains a mystery to the public.

“I have an artificial leg now that I am using. My physiotherapy program is progressing and very soon I will be back to work,” he said.

According to Tata, he’s planning to start work on his new album that he hopes to release by the end of the year.

He said: “I am not going to let my disability hold me back. I am a musician and I will continue with my profession.”

The Brikama-born musician added: “In the album I will have a special song for the fans to thank them for all the support and love during the most difficult time in my life.”

Tata revealed that almost every day his house is crowded with well-wishers from different parts of the country.

“I really thank God that my people are loyal,” he said.

Tata Ndindin started his music career at a very young age.  He is one of the most famous kora players in The Gambia, and his talent has taken him around world.

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