Meet Oduoye Malik Olatunde the disabled 600 level medical undergraduate who needs assistance

Meet Oduoye Malik Olatunde the disabled 600 level medical undergraduate who needs assistance

- A young man is in need of financial assistance to continue his education

- The man who is disabled is unable to continue his education as a medical student due to his illness

- It is said that he needs about three million naira to get himself treated

- He became disabled on his left hand at the age of 2 sue to untreated post-polio syndrome

A 600 level medical student at Ahmadu Bello University has called for help. The young man identified as Oduoye Malik Olatunde needs financial assistance so he would be fit enough to complete his education at the university.

The young man became disabled when he was two years old. He is upper left hand became disabled due to untreated post-polio syndrome.

In a letter sent to Legit.ng, it was revealed that the young man had to stop his medical education to get his treatment. However, he needs financial assistance to get the proper rehabilitation.

Oduoye Malik Olatunde

Disabled 600 level medical undergraduate who needs financial assistance
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The letter noted that the young lad has been doing well with his studies. It called on Nigerians to save the life of a future doctor for the betterment of Nigeria.

According to the letter, the treatment for Olatunde cost about three million naira which is beyond what his family can afford.

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Read letter below:

Oduoye Malik Olatunde

His treatment is worth about N3m
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Another letter sent from Ahmadu Bello University assured Nigerians of Olatunde's dilligence and effectiveness at work.

Read below:

Oduoye Malik Olatunde

A letter was also sent from Ahmadu Bello University to help him the young man
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