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By Chioma Obinna
Maryam Adaeze Musa, a 24-year-old 400-level English scholar of the Nationwide Open College of Nigeria, NOUN, has appealed to Nigerians, philanthropists, and organisations for monetary help to an pressing life-saving kidney transplant.
Maryam, an aspiring On-Air Character (OAP), who was identified with Finish-Stage Kidney Failure in 2019, wants N12m to fund the kidney transplant surgical procedure.
At the moment, she is present process dialysis each three days at the price of N45, 000 per session together with the price of medicine.
Whereas attempting to lift funds for the kidney transplant, Maryam nonetheless has to do dialysis twice every week which prices N90, 000.
Maryam’s well being challenges started when she was solely 10, having been identified with kind 2 diabetes often known as juvenile-onset diabetes. She managed the situation till 2019 when her kidney features failed fully.
The primary youngster of her mother and father and in addition the breadwinner, earlier than her sickness, Maryam was combining working with education to assist her mom, a widow, and her youthful siblings.
On the age of 13, she misplaced her father, and her widowed mom, Nneka Musa, a petty dealer, is unable to lift cash for the urgently required kidney transplant to maintain her alive.
Nneka is imploring well-meaning and kind-hearted Nigerians, philanthropists, state governors, company organisations and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to intervene and donate generously to allow her daughter to entry the urgently wanted kidney transplant.
“The ordeal Maryam faces on account of kidney failure is way; she contends with excruciating ache usually, prompting her to be out and in of hospital continuously.
Present process the transplant will allow her to beat the present ache and discomfort occasioned by her current situation. Please assist save Maryam’s life,” she appealed.
Medical doctors at Avon Hospital the place Maryam accesses dialysis remedy two instances weekly cautioned that dialysis is simply a short lived remedy, saying the definitive remedy for kidney failure is the kidney transplant for which she is in search of monetary help.
If you’re touched by Marryan story please name Maryam on 0813-195-9930 or 0812-277-7058 or ship your donation to Entry Financial institution, 0104406217, Musa, Maryam Adaeze.
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