OLUFEMI OLUWOLE ADESINA

OLUFEMI OLUWOLE ADESINA

From Marshal Ekere

Mr Olufemi Oluwole Adesina diagnosed with end-stage Kidney Disease, has been on haemodialysis. He needs 12million naira for an urgent kidney transplant. Account Name: OLUFEMI ADESINA OLUWOLE SUPPORT FUND Bank: ACCESS ...

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Account Name: OLUFEMI ADESINA OLUWOLE SUPPORT

 FUNDBank: ACCESS BANK

Account Number: 1237002502

If anyone had predicted for him that he would be in a situation where he would not be able to help himself, Olufemi Adesina Oluwole wouldn’t have believed. A 1996 law graduate of the University of Lagos, Nigeria, and called to the Nigerian Bar in February 1998, Oluwole worked very hard to become a successful lawyer. He is a member of the Unity bar, Abuja.

However, a few years ago, he started getting sick. He went to the hospital for treatment and after conducting tests, Adesina was diagnosed with end-stage kidney disease. Doctors recommended regular maintenance haemodialysis, at least twice weekly. He also requires other necessary treatments.

According to a letter signed by two of his friends, Uzuomaka Onwuka, and Christopher Ezafulukwe, “the impact of this health condition led to the collapse of his law practice, leaving him and his young family at the mercy of friends and well-wishers for survival”.

He is currently receiving treatment at ZENITH MEDICAL AND KIDNEY CENTRE, Abuja (“Zenith Medical”). His case is being handled by a team of doctors led by Dr. Olalekan Olatise who can be reached on his mobile numbers 07068873402 and 08032782801 or via the hospital’s email address info @zenithmedical.ng and zmkcinfo@gmail.com. Zenith Medical has advised urgent kidney transplant as the only way of saving his life;

The cost of Adesina’s pre-transplant, transplant and post-transplant treatment, including screening of the potential donor and recipient advised by Zenith Medical is =N=12,000,000 (Twelve Million Naira). About N6,000,000 (Six Million Naira) has already been spent on dialysis to keep him alive while concerted efforts are being made to raise the required N12 million to pay for the transplant, which is the ultimate solution. Urgent financial support is needed to save Adesina’s life.

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