54-year-old homeless man develops tumour on his eye; needs money for surgery

54-year-old homeless man develops tumour on his eye; needs money for surgery

- A 54-year-old homeless man called Abraham Yeboah has a right-eyed tumour and needs urgent financial assistance

- A CT scan has been performed and the 54-year-old is scheduled to meet a specialist

- Anyone with the heart to assist Abraham is entreated to do so via 0206459836/0244760251

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Abraham Yeboah a 54-year-old homeless man in Ghana has developed a tumour on his right eye that has become a big headache as he has no means of getting treatment for it.

According to a post put up in search of aid for Abraham by Celebritiesbuzz, it is indicated that the man has already taken a CT scan to determine the depth of the tumour.

It is reported that he has been asked to see the specialist on March 5, 2021, after which the final costs of the procedure to be carried out will be determined.

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See the post below:

"Nothing too small brothers and sisters to help change the narrative for Mr Yeboah. For further information kindly call 0206459836/ 0244760251," the post indicates.

Anyone capable of offering any form of financial assistance to help the 54-year-old man is entreated is do so as it does not look like external help would come from anywhere.

"We are bent on changing the narrative and it can't be done alone by us. Hence we are inviting you to be part of changing the Story for Mr Yeboah," the post further indicated.
54-year-old homeless man develops tumour on his eye; needs money for surgery

54-year-old homeless man develops tumour on his eye; needs money for surgery Credit: Celebritiesbuzz
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In other news, multiple American award-winning singer, songwriter and producer, Stevie Wonder, has announced his big decision to relocate to Ghana permanently.

As myjoyonline.com reports, the Los Angeles resident made this announcement during an interview with Oprah Winfrey on her show “The Oprah Conversation” on Apple TV+.

Steve Wonder indicated that his love for Ghana grew from his many visits in the past and how loving the country and its natives proved themselves to be.

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