- Ghana's First Lady, Rebecca Akufo-Addo, has contributed $20,000 (GHc115,577.86) to help cover the cost for Emmanuel Apraku, famed as PenciledCelebrities' urgent liver surgery
- Emmanuel Apraku was diagnosed with liver disease and he needs £40,000 (GHc305,342.84) to undergo a medical operation
- Rebecca Akufo-Addo has donated to help Apraku to undergo the emergency liver surgery
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The First Lady of the Republic of Ghana, Rebecca Akufo-Addo, has donated a whopping $20,000 (GHc115,577.86) to help cover the cost of the amount needed for Emmanuel Apraku's liver surgery.
YEN.com.gh gathered that the total amount required for the liver operation is £40,000 (GHc305,342.84).
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, Emmanuel Apraku, famed as PenciledCelebrities a.k.a Ray Styles was diagnosed with liver disease and he has since been battling for his life. He needs an urgent medical liver surgery.
Soul-wrenching images that have emerged of Apraku on social media show him in a delicate condition as his health continues to worsen due to the liver disease.
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Following a report by YEN.com.gh, Ghana's First Lady, Rebecca Akufo-Addo has contributed $20,000 (GHc115,577.86) to assist with the medical expenses.
Some Ghanaians and celebrities, including Naa Ashorkor, have also taken to social media to solicit for financial assistance for Rays' treatment.
Meanwhile, a GoFundMe account has also been created for benevolent individuals to donate their widow's mite in support of Apraku’s liver surgery.
Click the link to donate.
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