- Gloria, a young lady has been reported to be suffering from a genetic disorder along with sever seizures
- The 21-year-old ailing lady urgently requires GHC10,000 to undergo medical treatment
- A video of a bed-ridden Gloria has been shared on social media by a charity group soliciting financial aid for her
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A 21-year-old lady, simply identified as Gloria, who has been suffering a genetic disorder along with severe seizures within five-minute intervals for the past three months requires GHC 10,000 to undergo treatment.
Gloria, who has been bed-ridden by her condition, has been suffering consistent attacks resulting from the genetic disorder.
A video of the 21-year-old lady has been shared online in an effort to solicit financial aid.
The ailing young lady has been suffering three months consistently from the disease.
Epikouria Ghana, a charity group, shared the video of the struggling young lady on their social media handle after the team visited her.
Gloria’s heart-wrenching story has been amplified by many platforms after the video was released in an effort to garner financial help for the needy lady.
The team has called on benevolent Ghanaians to support in cash to help provide urgent medical support for Gloria.
The campaign to solicit financial aid for Gloria has generated nearly half the amount required.
Kindly donate via Mobile Money to 0249331593 (name on the account is Pervilin A. Appiah)
In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported the CEO of Burniton Music Group, Stonebwoy, has stirred up emotions among many after he showed off an image of his late mother tattooed at his back for the first time.
In a post on his Snapchat, Stonebwoy shared an image of his mother tattooed at his back.
Stonebwoy, recently had a release of catharsis when he remembered his late mother while performing on stage at his annual end of year event, The Bhim Concert.
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