Young Ghanaian Lady Gertrude Bluttey Develops Kidney Disease; Needs GHc20k For Surgery
- Gertrude Bluttey, a young and brilliant Ghanaian lady schooling at Benki Media Institution has sadly developed kidney disease
- The 32-year-old has previously been admitted to the hospital and currently needs GHc20,000 to undertake a redemptive surgical produce
- Benevolent well-wishers are entreated to make their donations via the MOMO number 0245887927 with the account name Gertrude Bluttey
PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see YEN.com.gh News on your News Feed!
An ambitious Ghanaian lady, Gertrude Bluttey, is currently in need of public support as she has developed kidney disease and requires GHc 20,000 to have a surgical procedure.
Speaking to YEN.com.gh about the predicament, a close relative, Benedicta Diabah, revealed that the young lady has reached a stage that requires urgent intervention.
The lady, who is only 32 years old, is a student at the Benki Media Institution at Beki Radio located inside Ashaiman Washington.
Anyone in the capacity to help is entreated to make their donations via the MOMO number 0245887927 bearing the name Gertrude Bluttey.
Enjoy reading our stories? Join YEN.com.gh's Telegram channel for more!
According to onlinelibrary.wiley.com, the burden of chronic kidney disease (CKD) is rapidly rising in developing countries due to astronomical increases in key risk factors including hypertension and diabetes.
"Optimizing blood pressure control and limiting the use of herbal preparations may mitigate CKD occurrence in high cardiovascular risk populations in developing countries," it further stated.
4th-year KNUST medical student who needed GHc1m successfully undergoes surgery
In another story, Rita Adjoa Tawiah Abodoh, a fourth-year medical student at the KNUST School of Medicine and Dentistry (KSMD) of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), has successfully undergone an expensive surgery.
YEN.com.gh previously reported that the young lady had a malignant tumour which the doctors had confirmed to be in her right pelvic bone.
The brilliant and beautiful young lady needed to undergo an urgent procedure that involved the removal of the affected pelvic bone and replacement with a prosthesis.
The cost of the surgery was 150,000 in Euros which is 1,067,154.35 in Cedis and Rita's family was unable to raise that among themselves, for which reason the request was made for all and sundry to lend their support.
Our manifesto: This is what YEN.com.gh believes in