By writer to guardian.ng
Sixty-two year-old man, Fatai Opayemi, who has been identified with power kidney illness is searching for N15 million, for a kidney transplant.
The Ogun State-born dealer was battling hypertension and hypertension, which grew worse and affected the 2 kidneys, resulting in whole injury.
Based on a medical report signed by Dr. A.A. Busari, Advisor Nephrologists/Doctor, Lagos State Authorities Basic Hospital, Gbagada: “The above named first introduced to this facility with complaints of leg swelling, hiccups, vomiting and poorly managed hypertension. After thorough scientific and biochemical investigations, he was identified with finish stage renal illness secondary to hypertension. He has since been on upkeep hemodialysis and different care. He would ultimately require a renal transplant for higher high quality of life.”
His daughter, Campbell Omolade Adepelumi, advised The Guardian that he has been battling hypertension for over 12 years with poorly managed underlying sickness.
“He additionally has excessive blood sugar, which resulted within the injury of the kidney that was not found on time. So by the point we found the damages, he had received to the ultimate stage. He has been on dialysis and medicines since final 12 months to manage him however nothing has modified. We’re searching for assist now as a result of we don’t have cash once more to hold out the transplant,” she added.
She revealed that Fatai has been taken for dialysis at Lagos State College Instructing Hospital (LUTH), Gbagada Basic Hospital, a personal dialysis centre and now referred to Saint Nicholas and Lagos State Instructing Hospital, Ikeja.
To assist Fatai dwell nicely once more, donations may be made by way of his account particulars,
0121921800 Wema Financial institution, account identify; Fatai Opayemi Jimoh.
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