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Sickle cell patient seeks help for hip, knee replacement surgeries

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28-year-old graduate of Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye, Bakare Abiodun, who is a sickle cell anemia patient

A 28-year-old graduate of Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye, Bakare Abiodun, who is a sickle cell anemia patient is seeking help from well-meaning Nigerians for surgeries that would cost N12 million.

According to him, he has been bedridden immediately after writing his final examinations four years ago and had already spent so much to manage the situation.

According to a medical report from Max Hospital in India where the surgeries are to be conducted and signed by Dr. A. Jaggi, Abiodun would have to undergo hip replacement surgery and knee replacement surgery with several weeks of evaluation and revisions.

Abiodun said: “I had complications from sickle cell (ankhilosis of both knees and avascular Necrosis of both hips) which I have done surgeries for but unfortunately failed. The new surgeries will cost N12 million and it will be done in India. I am using this medium to reach out to Nigerians to assist me so I can walk again, I will be so glad to be back on my feet to fulfill my dreams.”

His details are Bakare Abiodun 0259201019 FCMB


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