Do you remember a post on
26th of December, about a commercial bus cutting off the leg of a little girl
following brake failure in Abakpa market Enugu? The young girl, who was crossing
the road with her mum, got hit by a reckless driver, rendering much damage to
one of her legs.
One of our writers Ebere Ngwu and some of her friends
visited the little girl at the hospital with this update;
Hello everybody. At this
moment @ammyflawless and I would love to use this opportunity to thank everybody who has
contributed to the well fair of this little girl. Either by giving, reposting,
broadcasting, calling, visiting etc. We say a Big Thank you.
This is a rundown of the recent developments, I feel you all need to know
since you've shown an act of care. You are entitled to every information.
Yesterday we visited the girl, I and a group of students from UNEC, thanks
to @rachy_fidel. The little girl is doing very fine. Like I said in my previous post
she's a very brave and Lively girl. After a chit chat with her father, according
to him the doctors wanted to amputate the leg close to her thighs but they
refused which led the doctors to cut from the part the leg broke, after some
days it started affecting her, they went back and cut from below her knee,
which was a dangerous act, after few days again they went back and finally
heeded to the doctor's advice. For disobeying the doctor and going somewhere
else to do the first operation the doctor had to charge them double before
doing the last operation. A charge of N242, 000. Note, this payment is
not the final hospital charge, it's like a deposit, thus after her treatment
they will give them the final bill. Only God knows how much that one will cost.
Please let's keep giving. Nothing is too small. Let's help this old man.
Her dad's phone number: 08038779292
Account number: 3085400028
Account name: Augustine
Bank: First bank
Hospital: Mother of Christ hospital Holy
This post is to solicit for
funds on their behalf. Nothing is too big or too small. Even after the
treatment they need money to sustain themselves. Even if you don’t have funds,
visit them. Repost. If you have friends you think can help, reach out to them.