Michael Asiamah: 13-Year-Old Boy Dies After Ghanaians Raised $30k In Hours For His Surgery

Michael Asiamah: 13-Year-Old Boy Dies After Ghanaians Raised $30k In Hours For His Surgery

- Michael Kofi Asiamah, a young boy who Ghanaians raised $30,000 for him to undergo surgery, has passed

- Michael passed away days after undergoing what was described as a successful surgery on Tuesday, April 6, 2021

- The 13-year-old boy's mother announced the news of his passing in the evening Friday, April 9, 2021, saying it had happened just a few hours earlier

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Michael Kofi Asiamah, the boy who recently got Ghanaians to raise $30,000 for his brain tumour surgery, has passed away.

The 13-year-old passed away on Friday, April 9, 2021, after undergoing the surgery earlier in the week.

According to Michael's mother, Cordelia Ama Selormey, wh announced the news of his passing the surgery had been successful and the boy was even recovering at a steady pace.

Michael Asiamah: 13-Year-Old Boy Dies After Ghanaians Raised $30k In Hours For His Surgery
Photo source: Cordelia Ama Selormey
Source: Facebook

But after taking his meals on Friday evening, Michael complained of pain in the chest and just like that, he passed away, Michael's mother explained on Facebook.

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"Michael had his surgery and it was very successful. He was talking, eating and making a beautiful recovery. We were happy...but that joy was earlier this evening, in less than 20 minutes just snatched away...
"Michael had finished eating and was being prepped for bed by the attendees. He complained of a pain in the chest and just like that, my baby was gone!"

In her statement, Michael's mother lamented that the boy's passing was going to affect her because he was her only friend and companion for the past 13 years.

Despite the unfortunate end, Michael's mother was still grateful to Ghanaians for their help in raising the money for her son's surgery.

"This is hard! But all the same I came to thank you again. At least when we came to you for help, you didn’t hold back. Michael is grateful. I am very grateful. Thank you."

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