- A 2-year-old Ghanaian girl named Adelaide needs GHc 27k to undergo a surgical procedure to get her mental state normalized
- Afi Antonio Foundation, under whose umbrella support is being sought for Adelaide, indicated that her condition is called craniosynostosis
- Adelaide developed craniosynostosis because her head did not form well & now she needs support to get that corrected or risks becoming vegetable
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Adelaide, an adorable two-year-old Ghanaian girl has suffered from a condition called craniosynostosis that is capable of making her go mentally disabled if not attended to quickly.
According to the popular Ghanaian charity organization, Afi Antonio Foundation, under whose umbrella support is being sought for the baby girl, the condition came about because her head did not form well.
It is indicated that the girl whose name is Adelaide should have had her surgery last year but due to financial restraints, her parents hadn't been able to make that happen and then COVID-19 also came into the picture.
Adelaide needs GHc 27,000 to give her a second chance to live a normal life and to have her brain form normally or risks growing vegetable.
According to Afi Antonio, the founder of the Afi Antonio Foundation, contributions can be made towards Adelaide's surgery in different means.
To contribute towards Adelaide's surgery, you can send MTN mobile money to 0246827858 with name Philomina Esinam Anthonio (kindly let me know when you send a contribution so that I can confirm receipt) or send to Afi Antonio Foundation PayPal account using this link
Ghanaian Kumawood actress, Ama Oduma Odum, has revealed that she intentionally failed her West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
The beautiful showbiz lady who has starred in many locally-produced Ghanaian movies made the profound revelation in an interview with Zionfelix Entertainment News sighted by YEN.com.gh on the organization's YouTube channel.
According to Ama Odum, her father wanted her to become a nurse or a doctor but that was not in her interest at all as she wanted to study General Arts and build a career along that line.
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