- A retired Nigerian teacher, Abosede Esther, is critically in need of N12 million for kidney transplant as she is suffering from grade v chronic kidney disease
- The disclosure was made on Twitter by a young lady with the handle @abbietayo
- Esther served as a teacher under the Ogun state government and retired from active service in 2017
A young Nigerian lady has taken to social media to seek help for a retired teacher who has been diagnosed with grade v chronic kidney disease.
@abbietayo shared a photo of the woman on her page and the information attached to the image revealed that Abosede Esther has been on maintenance hemodialysis for the past seven months and critically in need of a kidney transplant that will cost N12 million.
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The 63-year-old woman served as a teacher under the Ogun state government and retired from active service in 2017.
The information read in part:
"We believe your donations and prayers will go a long way in saving Abosede Esther's life. We thank you in anticipation of your support."
In other news, the Lagos state government has expressed willingness to offer accommodation and other safety assistance to Mary Daniel, an amputee bottled water seller, amid an abundance of sympathies recently coming her way.
Aderemi Adebowale, the special adviser to Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on civic engagement, made this known on Monday, April 12.
He added that Daniel has been taken to protective custody in the state pending the conclusion of plans to get her an apartment and set up a business.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian lady identified as Olori Blessing Herry took to social media to solicit help as she was in dire need of N150,000 for an urgent surgery.
The young lady with the Twitter handle @olori_blessing said she was hopeful that help would come her way.