Stonebwoy’s wife, Dr Louisa Satekla made a cash donation to 18-year-old orphan, Naomi Dede Mensah who is battling kidney ailment.
Dr Louisa paid for the dialysis session of Naomi Dede Mensah who has been struggling to foot the bills for the session as her sister, Fautina has exhausted every money she had to get her sister to recover.
Dr Louisa revealed that Naomi Dede and Faustina were planning on going back to their village to prepare for what awaits the girl as they could not afford the cost of the dialysis session anymore and she cried over their plight.
She posted a video of her with Naomi and the sister, Faustina at the hospital and she appealed to Ghanaians to come to Naomi’s aid with their momo contributions.
‘Love for Naomi ❤️
A few weeks ago, I hosted an Instagram live session with Dr. Akosua Asomaning, a resident nephrologist at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, to discuss “the rising epidemic- kidney failure in the youth”. It was a very informative session which many benefited greatly from. Shortly after that, I received a message from a clinical psychologist at the Korle Bu renal dialysis unit seeking my assistance for an 18 year old CKD patient who needs to be put on dialysis to survive. Unfortunately she’s an orphan and has absolutely no one she can seek help from. Her cousin with whom she lives has exhausted all of her savings due to this illness.
I was there yesterday to help her with the money needed for the dialysis- things got very emotional and we all wept because they were planning on giving up and going to stay in their village and wait for the worst to happen. Naomi and her cousin Faustina will really appreciate any form or support you can give them via her mobile money account 0246628013 (Faustina Dede)
This is not something I would normally post, but I’m sharing this to create awareness about other people like Naomi who need your help to be put on dialysis to survive. You can reach the Korle Bu renal dialysis unit on 030 273 9510′
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