- Josephine Younge, a 22-year-old student at the Sekondi Nursing and Midwifery Training College has been diagnosed with cancer
- The rare form of the disease is called pseudopapillary tumour of the pancreas and $3,000 is needed to cater for the surgery
- Anyone with the means to help is entreated to do so on MOMO or Stanchart via 0247828702 and 0101100460900 respectively
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A brilliant and beautiful Ghanaian nursing student by the name Josephine Younge has been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer and needs urgent surgery.
Information obtained directly by YEN.com.gh indicates that Josephine was diagnosed with a pseudopapillary tumour of the pancreas and needs $3,000 which is GHc 17,355.00
Josephine is a former student of Archbishop Porter Girls Senior High School and is currently enrolled at the Sekondi Nursing and Midwifery Training College.
It is also indicated that she had already finished her clinical at the Takoradi European Hospital before the ailment came into the picture.
Anyone with the capacity to donate any amount is entreated to send them to the Mobile Money number 0247828702, with the account name Josephine Younge.
Otherwise, the Standard Chartered Bank account number 0101100460900 with the account name Addai Grace Owusu could be used.
Meanwhile, a 31-year-old Ghanaian lady called Mawusi has reportedly been buried after she died together with her newborn baby during labour on January 1, 2021.
According to a gentleman identified as RockyJDJones who wrote about the incident online, Mawusi was a class teacher at Anglican Primary Basic School in Kumawu.
It is indicated that Mawusi graduated from Holy Spirit College of Education in Ho in the year 2016, completed her compulsory one-year teaching practice at Atebubu before moving to Kumawu.
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Sadly, it is reported that this became the third time that the young lady lost her baby after she got married to her husband, who is a plumber named Ernest, in the year 2018.
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