"My Kids Will Miss Me If I Die": Nigerian Father of Two Battling Kidney Problem for 2 Years Cries for Help

"My Kids Will Miss Me If I Die": Nigerian Father of Two Battling Kidney Problem for 2 Years Cries for Help

  • A Nigerian man identified as Ambrose Adishi has cried out to well-meaning Nigerians to help save his life
  • The father of two has for the past 2 years been battling a kidney problem that has affected his family greatly
  • And unless help comes his way urgently, his kids aged 4 and 6 may be robbed of the love of a father at this formative stage in their lives

36-year-old Ambrose Adishi is battling to save his life and has turned to Nigerians as his last hope.

In a message exclusively sent to Legit.ng, the Delta state indigene revealed that he has been down with the problem for 2 years now.

Ambrose Adishi, Adishi needs N19m for kidney transplant, help Adishi battling with kidney problem, kidney problem, NIgerian man cries out for help
He has been battling the health challenge for 2 years.
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He attached a medical report from General Hospital, Gbagada in Lagos, confirming his health challenge.

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The father of two requires the sum of N19 million for a kidney transplant. Ambrose said he worked as a cinematographer with media organisations like Hip TV, Koga Studio.

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He said Goldmyne TV was the last media outlet he worked with before his health challenge took its toll on him. His message reads:

"My name is Ambrose Adishi. I am from Ndokwa West, Delta state. I am 36 years old. I am married with 2kids who are boys of ages 6 and 4.
"I am a cinematographer. I worked at Hip TV, Koga Studio and my last workplace before I fell ill was Goldmyne TV. I attended Imoye high school, Mile 2, Lagos... I am in need of n19 million to go for a kidney transplant... My account number is Zenith bank.

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"My phone number - 07030204374.
"Wife - 07036321161."

The hardworking man urged Nigerians to consider his kids who will miss him should he pass away untimely due to the health problem.

Man, 37, needs money for his kidney transplant

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a 37-year-old man identified as Abiodun Okelola had sought financial help in his battle with a kidney problem.

Abiodun's wife, Olajumoke Okelola Ayankoya, told Legit.ng in a phone conversation on Monday, June 21, 2021 that her husband will need a kidney transplant.

According to doctors, this will cost a staggering $30,000 (N15 million). Olajumoke stated that though people have been making contributions, most of the donations received so far go into hemodialysis.

"People are giving us money but all the money on the ground now, with the GoFundMe money, is 3 million.
"In fact, it is not up to 3 million because we spend money on dialysis," emotional Olajumoke told Legit.ng.

Source: Legit.ng

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