Help me else I’ll go blind-mother of three appeals for financial support for surgery 

A 32 – year-old mother of three , Madam Faustina Kwakye who is suffering from eye tumor is appealing to the general public to assist her to raise an amount of GHC40,000 for surgery at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra.

Speaking to Soireenews-com, the poor woman who resides in Gomoa Nyanyanno Kakraba behind the Pentecost church in the Gomoa east District of the Central Region, disclosed that the sickness started a year ago but got worse recently.

“I am suffering and I can’t sleep, I can’t eat, most of my family members have abandoned me since the sickness started, they have stopped visiting me and my children. Due to my situation, all my loved ones have abandoned me.”

“The disease has left my left eye swelling and according to the doctor’s report, there is a problem the left eye So I am appealing to the general public to come to my aid to raise the amount for my surgery.”

She appealed to government officials, Philanthropists, NGOs, and the general public to assist her to raise 40,000 cedis for her surgery else she will die prematurely or go blind.

She bemoaned that, all their monies have been exhausted since the disease started and all efforts made by her husband to raise the above mentioned amount proved futile.

I now depend on friends, church members to survive.

“As at now what we’ll eat daily has become a problem for the family, we sometimes sleep without eating, as schools reopened we don’t know how we are going to provide for the children to go to school. No money to buy books, uniform. We are really burdened.”
“Anyone who is touched and wants to support her financially can send his or her donation through Mobile money 0548735445. God bless you.”

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