- Frederick Mawutor Etteh, a 33-year-old father is in urgent need of kidney transplant costing $45,000 (GHc 260,050)
- Somewhere last year, the vibrant Ghanaian father was diagnosed with a kidney disease which has now reached its end-stage.
- The father, whose two children are only 2 and 3 years old, has gotten a kidney donor but no money to carry out the transplant.
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33-year-old Ghanaian father of two, Frederick Mawutor Etteh, is urgently in need of support for a kidney transplant that his life currently relies on.
According to a GoFundMe campaign sighted by YEN.com.gh, Frederick, who holds a master's degree from the University of Cape Coast, needs $45,000 (GHc 260,050) for the surgical procedure.
It is reported that the gentleman has been able to get a kidney donor but has so far been unable to undertake the transplant because of the financial constraint.
Fred, who is an alumnus of Tema Secondary School was keen on his personal development so he could boost his career to support his wife and give his kids a good life before the sickness set in.
His two children named Yayra and Jaiden are only two years and three years old respectively.
Somewhere last year, Fred started experiencing kidney problems but recently, a doctor's report proved that the condition he was seeking treatment for had evolved into end-stage kidney disease affecting both his kidneys.
He currently undergoes dialysis 2 times a week to keep him alive for the surgery to be undertaken. Frederick can be supported by donating here.
Meanwhile, Adeline Ama Buabeng, a popular Ghanaian veteran actress who is better known as Aunty Ama has revealed that most of the people she was kind to many years ago have neglected her in her days of trouble.
In an interview on ZionFelix Entertainment News's Uncut show, Aunty Ama indicated that she trained well-known actors like Akrobeto, Agya Koo, Mercy Asiedu and others.
According to her, out of the scores of people, only Akrobeto, whose real name is Akwasi Boadi, still remembers her and extends a helping hand to her.
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