Ewurama Danquah: Ghanaian lady disabled by Multiple Sclerosis appeals for funds for treatment

Ewurama Danquah: Ghanaian lady disabled by Multiple Sclerosis appeals for funds for treatment

- A young Ghanaian lady, Ewurama Asare Takyi Danquah who is battling multiple sclerosis is appealing for financial help to undergo surgery

- The painful ailment has rendered her bedridden and impaired her speech

- Ewurama Danquah urgently needs $50,000 (GHc287,854.10) for treatment and medication

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A young Ghanaian lady, Ewurama Asare Takyi Danquah who is suffering from a disease called multiple sclerosis is appealing for financial help to undergo surgery.

Ewurama Danquah, 29, was compelled to put her life on hold after she was diagnosed with the disease in 2011 and her condition has since deteriorated.

The disease which has worsened over the years has rendered her bedridden and impaired her speech.

Ewurama Danquah: Ghanaian lady disabled by Multiple Sclerosis appeals for help for treatment
Ewurama Danquah: Ghanaian lady disabled by Multiple Sclerosis appeals for funds for treatment. Image: MaameDei
Source: Twitter

The former student of Archbishop Porter Girls' Secondary School (APGSS) urgently needs $50,000 (GHc287,854.10) for treatments, medications and other therapies.

In a heart-rending video online, Ewurama Danquah who is based in Cape Coast appeals for financial assistance for treatment to restore her failing health.

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Meanwhile, a GoFundMe and mobile money accounts have been created for philanthropic organisations and people to contribute their widow's mite to her treatment.

Click the link to donate.

In other news, Dr Rose-Mary Owusuaa Mensah Gyening is the first woman to graduate with a PhD from the Department of Computer Science in the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).

The Ghanaian woman and mother admit her journey to obtaining a doctorate in a science field was not easy especially because she had to combine her studies with raising her kids.

Announcing her academic feat in a post on her Facebook page, Gyening disclosed that despite the challenges, she was determined to make her mark.

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