An assistant lecturer at the GIJ branch of the University of Media, Arts and Communication (UniMAC-GIJ), Mr. Philip Atawura has been diagnosed with an end-stage polycystic kidney disease at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital and needs GHC700, 000 for transplant in India.
He is, however, appealing to the public for support.
“The news was not hitting me at the time when the doctor told me in the consulting room, but when the nurse came into the room with a wheelchair that was when everything changed for me.
“That was when I understood the gravity of what was happening,” Atawura said.
The 33-year-old lecturer said he got a donor in 2023 and has met all the necessary requirements at Max Healthcare in India.
“I am appealing to corporate Ghana, I’m appealing to churches, I’m appealing to NGOs [to help me],” Atawura said.
The operation is, however, scheduled for the first week in June.
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