Eva Amponsah Yeboah: Ghanaian lady Develops Critical Kidney Disease; Urgently Needs GHc300k for Surgery

Eva Amponsah Yeboah: Ghanaian lady Develops Critical Kidney Disease; Urgently Needs GHc300k for Surgery

  • A 32-year-old mother of 2 has been diagnosed with a kidney disease that requires GHc300k for a transplant
  • It is indicated that the beautiful Eva Amponsah Yeboah was diagnosed with the condition a year ago but it just got very critical
  • Donors can send their monies to the MOMO number 0552825844 or UBA Bank Account 0312958104503 all with the name Gigs Company Limited

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Eva Amponsah Yeboah, a beautiful 32-year-old Ghanaian lady, is in critical condition as she is suffering from a kidney disease that has developed into its end-stage currently.

Confirming the report on his verified Twitter handle, Mr. Whyte with the handle @RevErskineGH of YFM also indicated that Eva needs GHC300,000 to undergo a transplant.

It is indicated that the mother of two has been diagnosed with chronic kidney disease for over a year now but her current condition is fast deteriorating and she needs to be flown to India for the surgical procedure.

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Eva Amponsah Yeboah: Ghanaian lady Develops Critical Kidney Disease; Urgently Needs GHc 300k for Surgery
Eva Amponsah Yeboah Credit: @RevErskineGH
Source: Twitter

How to donate

Anyone with the capacity to support is encouraged to donate to MTN Momo Number 0552825844 (Gigs Company Limited).

Otherwise, the Bank Account 0312958104503, registered under the name Gigs Company Limited with UBA Bank can be used.

Social media reactions

Below were some comments on the post

@Koofantee said:

I always say this chale we for always pray for good health. Sickness no good I swear

@Kanawu9 indicated:

Please explain this to me ... How does the kidney problem come , in a sudden or it regularly gives some signs and symptoms?? Looking at her before and after , I wonder how it got this bad

Man saves his brother suffering from kidney disease

Two brilliant brothers, Tenashi and Joe, have given real meaning to the word 'brotherhood' as one donated his kidney to have the life of the other saved.

The two brothers identified as Tenashi and Joe narrated their heartwarming story in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on myjoyonline.com

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Joe, the victim, was pursuing his dream of becoming a medical doctor when he was sadly diagnosed with the kidney problem and had to put a pause on his education.

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