Rita Adjoa Tawiah Abodoh: 4th-year KNUST medical student needs GHc1m

Rita Adjoa Tawiah Abodoh: 4th-year KNUST medical student needs GHc1m

- A medical student at KNUST named Rita Adjoa Tawiah Abodoh suffers from a malignant tumour

- Rita requires an urgent procedure involving the removal of her affected pelvic bone and replacement with a prosthesis

- The cost of the surgery is over GHc 1060299 out of which only GHc 350 has been raised so far, according to giverscrowd.com

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Rita Adjoa Tawiah Abodoh, a fourth-year medical student at the KNUST School of Medicine and Dentistry (KSMD) of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), urgently needs GHc 1 million.

According to an official letter written by Rita's father in an appeal for funds, it is indicated that the young lady has a malignant tumour which the doctors have confirmed to be in her right pelvic bone.

The brilliant and beautiful young lady needs to undergo an urgent procedure which will involve the removal of the affected pelvic bone and replacement with a prosthesis.

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Rita Adjoa Tawiah Abodoh: 4th-year KNUST medical student needs GHc1m

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See the letter below:

The cost of the surgery is 150,000 in Euros which is 1,067,154.35 in Cedis and Rita's family is unable to raise that among themselves, for which reason the request is being made for all and sundry to lend their support.

It is indicated that all benevolent persons and corporate entities willing to assist could do so on the Mobile Money number 0555466766 with the account name, Philip Kobina Abodoh.

According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Giverscrowd.com, only GHS 305.9 has been donated so far out of the over GHS 1060299 that is needed for the procedure.

Meanwhile, some students and young graduates from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have developed an amazing fire detector.

In a short documentary on the device sighted by YEN.com.gh on the YouTube channel of Citi News, the leader of the group called Stephen Boakye Frimpong indicated that the gadget is called a Smart Fire Alert.

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The device is mounted at vantage points in facilities so that it is able to get access to smoke whenever there is an incident of fire in the structure.

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