300L Delta state university student suffering from kidney disease cries out for help (photos)

300L Delta state university student suffering from kidney disease cries out for help (photos)

The picture of a young and promising student Roland Ejiro Oghene has been share on social media as family and friends run around to help save his life.

Oghene has been reported to be suffering from a chronic kidney disease and needs about N12 million to keep him alive.

According to the Facebook user Abigail Akpokiniovo who sent the article to NAIJ.com revealed that, Oghene is a 300 level student of the department of English and Literary studies. She posted his pictures with the caption:

300L Delta state university student suffering from kidney disease cries out for help (photos)

Roland Ejiro Oghene on hospital bed

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On Monday, 26 June, 2017, the world shed tears. Folks shed seen and unseen tears, hearts bleed after beholding the picture of the innocent, joyful face of Roland Ejiro Oghene, who is currently lying exhausted on the bed of Irrua Specialist Hospital, Edo State. Virtually everybody is devastated and weak. Roland who is currently a 300 level student of the Department of English and Literary Studies, Delta State University, Abraka is suffering of chronic kidney disease secondary to chronic glomerulonepphritis. What is required for Roland is a kidney transplant and the estimated amount needed is N12m. Yes, we can I hear someone in the audience say!!! We can save the life of this young, brilliant Nigerian with bright future. Let’s join hands together and save our brother, son, Roland. Please, anything you have, 500 Naira can do something.”

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Get well soon!

Source: Gossip.naija.ng

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