- A kind man pursuing law has donated his kidney to save the life of his brother who is pursuing medicine
- The two brothers Tenashi and Joe narrated their experience in a video interview
- The donor explained how trying it was and how he was able to muster courage to undertake the heroic act
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Two brilliant brothers, Tenashi and Joe, have given real meaning to the word 'brotherhood' as one donated his kidney to have the life of the other saved.
The two brothers identified as Tenashi and Joe narrated their heartwarming story in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on myjoyonline.com
Joe, the victim, was pursuing his dream of becoming a medical doctor when he was sadly diagnosed with the kidney problem and had to put a pause on his education.
Tenashi, who is a law student decided to step in as his brother was slowly losing his life. To put it literally, Tenashi Kasweshi stood in the gap for his elder brother to get a second shot at life.
The donor narrated that it was a trying moment in his life since he has never visited a theatre before or gone through any experience of having his body cut.
According to him, he just decided to toughen himself as he did not know how the outcome would be and how his experience would be.
Tenashi said he said a prayer and just left the rest of the battle for God to handle. Thankfully, it was successful and he went ahead to write his Bar exam which was just two weeks after the surgery was done.
Life for the two brothers has returned to normal as both of them were seen comfortable and happy in the video.
They narrated their experience with the true joy of brotherhood.
Watch their interview below:
Amazing stories expressing the kindness have flown around lately.
Just recently, YEN.com.gh reported that the chairman of a property company named St John Properties in Maryland has rewarded his workers in a grand style ahead of 2019's Christmas.
It was indicated that ¢60 million (£8 million) was approved for his 200 employees as Christmas. Every worker gets roughly ¢300,000 (£38,000) taking into account how long they have worked in the company.
It was reported that the day was a normal one at work with no hints at all that there was going to be any giveaways.
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