‘DON’T LET MY SON DIE OF KIDNEY AILMENT,’ LAWYER CRIES OUT
A senior lawyer, Mr. Osondu Ajuzie has urged public-spirited individuals and corporate bodies to come to the aid of his family in saving their son who is critically down with kidney disease.
In a Save-Our-Soul appeal made available to CITY LAWYER, Ajuzie, who is also a text writer, stated that his son, Chinonso needs about N15 Million to undergo kidney transplant at St. Nicholas Hospital, Lagos.
The medical procedure is scheduled to take place on Monday, subject to availability of funds. The family has had to contend with huge medical bills for onshore and offshore confirmatory tests as well as dialysis treatment.
His words: “My son Chinonso has been down with Kidney failure condition since February 2022. He has been on twice weekly dialysis since then.
“He has been booked for URGENT surgery for Monday, 20th February, 2022 as his condition has deteriorated to the extent that he cannot make urine. He already has a Donor, his Uncle, but about N15 million for the transplant surgery on both Donor and the Recipient.
“The family does not have the money and appeals for donations and support from kind-hearted individuals and organisations in order to SAVE HIS LIFE.
“Please be counted among philanthropists that God will use to save the life of this promising young man. May the Good Lord bless you as you do so.”
Donations can be made to his father’s account as below:
NAME: OSONDU AJUZIE CHIZOBA
ACCOUNT NO: 2004962146
BANK: FIRST BANK
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