- Akumbas Jonas, a level 400 student of the University of Education, Winneba, has appealed for financial support to help him undergo surgery
- Jonas suffers from Avascular Necrosis, a condition that has affected his spinal cord
- Comedy actor, Teacher Kwadwo took to his Facebook page to share photos and details of Jonas' ill-health to solicit for support
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A level-400 student of the University of Education, Winneba, identified as Akumbas Jonas, who is suffering from a critical health condition has appealed for financial support to undergo medical treatment.
The Biological Science student suffers from Avascular Necrosis, a condition that has affected his spinal cord and has greatly cost his studies.
Akumbas Jonas, currently needs GHc 30,000 to undergo a successful surgery and has called on benevolent individuals to make their widow’s mite donations to assist him.
Popular Ghanaian comedy actor, Teacher Kwadwo, shared details of the man via photos to help him solicit for the required amount.
He humbly noted that people can make their contributions via mobile money number 0549132885 with registered name Jonas Akumbas.
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In other stories, lovely photos of Vera Hayibor, the lady who shared photos of herself helping her mother to sell dry fish at a market in the Kpando Municipal District have earned attention after reports about her went viral.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Vera called on members of a group known on Facebook to encourage them to join in the hustle of their ''parents, once in a while.''
Vera Hayibor, further noted that those who heed to her call will reap ‘uncountable’ blessings.
She shared photos of herself assisting her mother who sells dry fish at a market in the Kpando Municipal District, Volta region, along with a narrative.
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