43-year-old man needs N15 million for kidney transplant | The Guardian Nigeria News


43-year-old Ojekunle Timothy Olajide is seeking N15 million for kidney transplant. Ojekunle, a graduate of Accounting from University of Lagos and father of two, who hails from Oyo State was diagnosed with renal kidney disease.

His deteriorating medical condition is currently being managed at Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) Idi-Araba, Lagos.
In the chemical Pathology Routine Chemistry Lab Report sighted by The Guardian, Olajide has maintained a weekly hemodialysis sessions.

The consultant physician and nephrologist, Dr. Babawale Taslim Bello, told The Guardian, that Timothy was first seen at the nephrologist clinic about two months ago with stage five chronic kidney disease and has commenced weekly maintenance hemodialysis sessions. He said Mr. Olajide will require kidney transplantation for his condition.
His wife, Oluwaseun is appealing to well meaning Nigerians, kind-hearted individuals, non governmental organisations, corporate organisations and religious bodies to help raise N15m for kidney transplant.

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Assistance could be sent to Union Bank account no:0007431442, name: Ojekunle Timothy Olajide, contact: 08023998963

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