By Archibong Jeremiah
A Cross River University of Technology, CRUTECH student, Miss Alobi Gladys diagnosed of low platelet concentrate and in need of about 1.5million naira for treatment has beckoned on good spirited individuals in the society to come to her rescue.
Miss Alobi, age 26 and bed ridden from late 2016 was a second year student of the department of Educational Foundation and Administration, CRUTECH Calabar campus.
Alobi made the appeal on her facebook timeline “Alobi Glad”. The appeal reads, “Since 2016 have been sick of chronic anemia. In 2017 it became worse and i was diagnosed of low platelet concentrate which I had transfused even with the high cost.
“Now 2018 is here and I have been diagnosed of low platelet concentrate again and deficiency in borne marrow production of both the white and red blood cells and as such require a fresh borne marrow transplant which is done in India and requires plenty of money worth 20million naira and above as the case might be. The pictures indicates the reaction as a result of blood reaction and low platelet concentrate.
“Please I have come to seek for your financial assistance and support for this surgery to be possible. Since India is beyond reach for now, the doctors have suggested a Federal Teaching hospital Abakaliki, Ebonyi State for an emergency treatment which will cost about 1.5million naira.
“Please friends I need your possible help. Your very little support, prayers and contribution will be appreciated. Please help a sick girl and my God will reward you. Acct number 0116801073. Name Alobi Gladys Nsor, GTB. God bless you.”
Alobi Gladys is an NCE holder in Economics and Social Studies combination from Cross River State College of Education Awi, Akamkpa LGA and hails from Okuni, Ikom Local Government Area of Cross River State.
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