Ajilore, 35, Needs N9.5m To Survive Chronic Kidney Failure Disease

I don't want my son dead while I am alive, says his Mother

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Barr. SHarafadeen Abiodun
“I don’t want to die at 35. I wish to perform my fatherly role for my kid. My wife cannot do it alone. She needs my support to bring up our kid.  Help me to survive this life threatening diseases,” Adeniyi Abiola Ajilore, a 35-year-old father of one diagnosed for kidney failure appealed to Nigerians for financial support.
Ajilore the last child of the family needs N9.5million for kidney  transplant at the University Teaching Hospital (UCH). His aged mother, wife and extended family have been financially exhausted.
His poor aged mother, who said she has been suffering from different ailments since Ajilore started his sickness in February, also appealed to Nigerians for financial support.
She said: “I need support from Nigerians. I don’t want my son dead while I am alive.  He is my last child. He has been supporting me over the years until his sickness started in February. Please, help me,” his aged mother begged.
The patient, a National Diploma holder from The Polytechnic, Ibadan who engages in farming to care for his family before the sickness has been on sick bed since February 2 this year.
Ajilore has been placed on three times weekly (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) dialysis which cost N35,000 each time, meaning the family had spent millions to keep him alive.
Presently, he is being admitted at Southwest Ward 1, University Teaching Hospital (UCH),  Ibadan where he is being placed on treatment.
A letter signed by a consultant physician/nephrologist, the University Teaching Hospital (UCH) Dr. S.O Ajayi with hospital number 1404035, indicates that Ajilore can survive through kidney transplant.
The letter reads:”Re: Ajilore Adeniyi Abiola: Male: 35 years: hospital number 1404035. The above named individual is being managed for kidney failure. He is being treated with haemodialysis via internal jugular vein tunneled catheter. He has requested this letter.
“Furthermore,  has been counselled on the need to have kidney transplantation for better quality of life.”
On his current medication, the letter reads: “tab. Labetalol 200mg thrice a day. Tab Nifedipine 20mg twice a day. Tab. Lisinopril 20mg daily. Tab.  Furosemide 80mg twice a day. Tab. Meditriol 0.25ug alternate day.  Tab Cac03 600mg twice a day. Cap Astyfer1 twice a day. Tab. Vitamin C 500mg thrice a day. Injection of Erythropoeitin 4000l. U weekly injection of iron sucrose 100mg weekly.”
To support Ajilore: Acc No: 3080999275 Mame: Ajilore Adeniyi Abiola
Bank: First bank

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