By Eric Tataw – Thursday March 7, 2019.
A media organ based in the United States; National Telegraph has announced it’s starting a Kidney Transplant Fund for a teen with five hundred dollars ($500.)
This announcement was made by Eric Tataw, the organ’s CEO, early Thursday, March 7, 2019. Eric Tataw made this announcement to family members shortly after watching a tear-provoking video from the victim’s mother.
Oben Helen Endam is only 11 and challenged by a malfunctioned kidney, she’s currently undergoing treatment in Douala where she receives three to four pines of blood every three to four days, the mother said in a video.
National Telegraph has also gathered that medication cost is at two hundred thousand (200.000 F CFA) every three to four days and they’ve run out of money. Records show they cannot afford payments anymore and are soliciting for assistance from the public.
The mother who gave her Mobile Money to National Telegraph as +237651022840 for any assistance, identified herself in the video as Ajeck Magdalene E
Eric Tataw has also seized the opportunity to call on goodwill people to support the Kidney Transplant Fund for Helen by sending any assistance directly to her mother on the Mobile Money listed above.
Still, in the video, she also said she’s the daughter of a certain late Ajeck Akwaya Ignatius who stayed in Baiye Panya, a village in South West Cameroon.
Going further to authenticate her identify, the mother of the kidney patient said her own mother is Endam Mary, adding that she’s currently staying in Douala as an Internally Displaced Person and a member of the Batibo Youth Meeting in Douala.
She went on that they migrated to Douala since August 28, 2018, because of the armed conflict in the North West and South Regions. According to her, her daughter wasn’t sick before they moved to Douala but unfortunately took ill while they’re IDPs.
She is a mother of two and Helen is her first child. The child was diagnosed with a kidney problem at the General Hospital in Douala, parts of the video suggest.
Ajeck Magdalene Endam said there are recommendations the child be sent abroad for a kidney transplant. She has also told National Telegraph that they would be going to Yaoundé for some specific treatments.