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Renal failure patient needs N6m for transplant


 Ailing Maurice

Ailing Maurice

Maurice Samuel, 35, has been diagnosed with a renal failure and needs financial assistance from kind-hearted Nigerians and corporate organisations.

His brother, Maurice Aloysius, who visited The Guardian said Samuel has been receiving treatment at the Igando General Hospital since May. He can neither walk nor talk. His two kidneys have failed and he has been undergoing dialyses. I sold my car in the process to treat him. We don’t have money to buy the prescribed drugs again. I am appealing to kind-hearted Nigerians and corporate organisations to come to our aid.”

According to a Medical Report made available to The Guardian and signed by Dr. Z. O. Sanni, a Consultant Nephrologist at Alimosho General Hospital, Igando: “A 35-year-old, known hypertensive was presented into our facility on May 22, 2016 with one month history of bilateral leg swelling, abdominal distension and cough. Clinical findings resulted in making a diagnosis of chronic kidney diseases. Patient has since been on haemodialysis though not regular due to financial constraints.”

Aloyius says his brother needs between N6 million –N8 million for kidney transplant, adding that dialysis costs N57,000 per session.
You can pay into Account Name: Maurice Aloysius, Access Bank: 0696495546 or call 08111418333.

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