CRUTECH Student In Need Of 1.5Million Naira For Life Saving Surgery Is Dead

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By Archibong Jeremiah

Miss Alobi Gladys, Cross River University of Technology, CRUTECH student, who has been suffering from low platelet concentrate has given up the ghost.

The 26 years old passed on in the early hours of Saturday 20th January, 2018 in her village, Okuni, Ikom LGA, Cross River State.

She passed on two days after she appealed for help through her facebook account from good spirited individuals to stay alive.

She needed 1.5million naira for surgery after being diagnosed of deficiency in borne marrow production of both the white and red blood cells and needing a fresh borne marrow transplant.

Until her death she was a second year student of the department of Educational Foundation and Administration, CRUTECH Calabar campus and an alumni of the Cross River State College of Education Awi, Akamkpa LGA where she bagged an NCE in Economics and Social Studies.

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