Abraham Allotey has been diagnosed with a brain complication and is currently fighting for his life
The diagnosis which has a solution requires financial input to see it through
As a result, the family of Mr Allotey is reaching out to the general public to ask for support
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A Ghanaian by name Abraham Allotey, is in dire need of financial assistance to undergo an urgent surgery after he was diagnosed with a brain condition known as Brain Aneurysm.
Abraham, according to preliminary tests would need to seek immediate medical attention to be able to get back on his feet following the diagnosis which has caused a standstill in his life.
He has been diagnosed with a brain tumor and is dying but there is a glimmer of hope if his family act as soon as possible.
Per the doctor’s recommendation, an urgent brain surgery needs to be carried out within the next few days and it is believed to cost some $16,000 or the cedi equivalent of almost GHC100,000.
The family of Abraham Allotey who is currently out of financial options owing to the huge sums they have already spent is now appealing to the general public to help raise money to cover the operation.
Sarah Appoh, a family member of Abraham Allotey who was trying to break down the health condition for easy understanding stated that her brother was having challenges with some veins in his brain.
According to Google search, brain aneurysm is a "weakness in a blood vessel in the brain that balloons and fills with blood.
Most intracranial aneurysms occur between the underside of the brain and the base of the skull. The aneurysm can leak or rupture, causing life-threatening bleeding."
The family are appealing to benevolent individuals, organizations and agencies to come to their aid by sending in their support to Elizabath Mensah BANK: NIB 1014072353801 or MOMO: 024 344 3087
They have also set up a GoFundMe account looking to get more help and get it as quickly as possible to help their son and brother.
The details of the go fund me account: https://gf.me/u/yy2mqf
Meanwhile, Benjamin Sedem Ehlah has etched his name in the history books of the University of Winneba- Kumasi Campus after he was adjudged the best graduating student in his year group.
Benjamin Sedem Ehlah, who graduated in 2020, managed to defy all the odds and braved the storms of the rigorous education system in Ghana to achieve the feat.
The 27-year-old young record-setter studied Information Technology and managed to top all students on his campus with a CGPA that was only a few decimal points short of distinction.
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