- Musah Wahab, a 22-year-old, has suffered from a tumour covering half of his face
- Musah’s sister explains the tumour started as a pimple and has grown over the course of eight years
- Doctors describe the tumour as a Spindle Cell Sarcoma and philanthropists are urged to help Musah with their donations
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A 22-year-old man has suffered a terrible experience of a small pimple growing into a big tumour and needs urgent financial assistance.
The unfortunate victim, Musah Wahab, presumed it was a normal pimple when the growth started close to his eyes.
After only 8 months, half of his face has been completely covered and deformed.
Doctors have said that the tumour could even grow further if not taken care of immediately, naming the tumour scientifically as Spindle Cell Sarcoma.
Young Musah’s sister has described in an interview with JoyNews said that he is a very lovely and respectful young man who loves to always look good.
She also stated that the signs started like a tiny pimple in November 2018 and kept growing, compelling them to start visiting the hospital in July 2019.
Musa explained his predicament tearfully saying, “When I wake up in the morning, I only try to brush my teeth. I can’t bath or do anything…I even find it difficult to eat”.
All sympathizers and philanthropists are urged to assist Wahab by reaching out to Piesie Nana Yaw Sarfo on 050 248 9058.
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