Appeal for Support: First-Class Graduate in Need of Kidney Transplant
We would like to bring attention to the heartfelt plea made by a 24-year-old man, Kenneth Adom, who is urgently seeking financial support from fellow Ghanaians to aid his kidney treatment.
Kenneth Adom, a first-class graduate from a university in India, finds himself in a critical condition and unable to return to Ghana due to his deteriorating health. He is in desperate need of a kidney transplant to save his life.
Adom shared his story during an interview on Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen, revealing that his brother is willing to donate his kidney. However, they require a total of GH₵240,000 to cover the expenses associated with the transplant.
The diagnosis occurred during the first semester of Adom’s final year at the university in India, where he had traveled on a government scholarship in 2019. Initially experiencing blurry vision, he underwent various clinical tests that revealed significant kidney damage.
Despite his hopes of returning to Ghana as a Chemical Engineer graduate to contribute to the country’s development, Adom currently undergoes dialysis three times a week. Each session costs GH₵600, a financial burden he has been shouldering so far.
Adom humbly appeals to the compassion and generosity of well-meaning Ghanaians who can contribute to his cause. Donations can be made through Mobile Money number 0593038769, with the account name Multimedia Group Limited Adom Praiz.
Your support, no matter how small, would make a profound difference in Kenneth Adom’s life. Let us come together as a community to help him obtain the necessary treatment and restore hope for a brighter future.