Central University graduate seeks to raise $35,000 for kidney transplant

Central University graduate seeks to raise $35,000 for kidney transplant

A former student of the Central University College, Duke Kafui Darlington, is appealing to the general public to help him raise a sum of $35,000 for his kidney transplant.

Kafui was diagnosed with kidney failure in 2015 after his tertiary education, but has been unable to raise enough funds for his treatment.

Central University graduate seeks to raise $35,000 for kidney transplant
Duke KAFUI Darlington

The patient had been undergoing treatment at the Kwesimintsim and Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Takoradi and Accra respectively, where he was diagnosed with the disorder.

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He has since been on constant dialysis at the Interbeton Hospital in Cape Coast, but needs a whopping $35,000 in order to successfully undergo kidney transplant.

Kafui had his secondary school education at Mfantsipim, before proceeding to the Central University College, where he contested for several high positions on campus.

He then had his national service at Cal Bank, before unfortunately being diagnosed with kidney failure.

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Kafui is therefore appealing to the public to help him raise the money for his treatment.

Persons who wish to help can send their donations to Zenith Bank. The account name is "LET'S SAVE DUKE", while the account number is "6012007515".

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Those who wish to make their donations through mobile money can also send them through the number +233 24 354 7025, which is registered with the name Nanna Afi Nutsukpie.

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