- A pretty lady in Ghana named Sherifatu gave up on life after being unable to afford to stay on an oxygen mask at hospital
- The lady, who has one child, was suffering from Lupus, a systemic disease that can affect the lungs
- After hearing of her sad decision, a movement led by the Crime Check Foundation helped save Sherifatu's life by procuring the expensive equipment for her
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Sherifatu, a beautiful Ghanaian lady who was hospitalised and put on oxygen, could not afford the hospital bills any longer but was helped by benevolent Ghanaians.
According to the Crime Check Foundation who led the movement to seek help for the mother of one, she had been put on oxygen for six weeks at the hospital when she decided to simply give up and go home.
Knowing that Sherifatu was suffering from Lupus, the doctors refused to allow her to go home without any breathing assistance because it would not end well.
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See initial post before procurement of the equipment:
After hearing of her condition, the Crime Check Foundation led by Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng was able to provide the expensive equipment with funding from good Samaritans in Ghana.
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See post when the equipment was delivered:
After providing the breathing assistance to Sherifatu in her home, she could not be more thankful to Ghanaians for their immense assistance.
She made a video of her beaming with smiles and seeking God's blessings on anyone who supported her when all she thought would happen to her was negative.
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Watch the exciting video below:
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh also reported that a 78-year-old woman identified as Mama Rose Adjei who picks water sachets and sells them for a living has been pleasantly surprised with GHc1,000 by Crime Check Foundation's Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng.
The story was shared on the official Facebook page of the Crime Check Foundation where it was revealed that the old woman had no children to take care of her.
It is indicated that the 78-year-old had a child who could have supported her, but the child has not been seen for many years.
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