Author Needs Kidney Transplant to Stay Alive; Calls for Help

An academic author and Law lecturer with Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma in Nigeria, Mr. Paul Okhaide Itua, is suffering from end-stage kidney failure. He has cried out for help to enable him undergo a transplant.

Below is his appeal for donations:

“My name is Barr. Paul Okhaide Itua, a lecturer at the Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma where I lecture Banking Law and Family Law respectively.

This world is a beautiful place. However, the last four years has been very terrible for me. During this period, I have lived with stage 5 (ADPKD) kidney disease.

Presently, my condition has degenerated into an End-Stage-Kidney disease. In order to stay alive, I have to undergo several procedures and two dialysis sessions a week with attendant complications.

This condition has stretched me emotionally, mentally and financially, to the limit. However, I have resolved to live. For the past four years, I have single handedly carried the burden.

Now I need your help. I do not have time on my side anymore. My last option to stay alive and be functional again is to undergo a kidney transplant.

Right now I have every other requirement to make the transplant procedure successful except the money for the operation which I can not fund alone.

Please, this is the time you can translate your love and sympathy to me by transforming your affection into action on my behalf to enable me to undergo the transplant at the cost of N15 million which is an equivalent of £33,000 and $42,000 to have a second chance to live.

May God Almighty bless you as you help.

Kindly assist to spread the word.


My account details are: Paul Okhaide Itua
ACC NO: 1011052495

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