Video: How Pure Water Seller Broke Into Tears, After She Received N3.7m For Her Son’s Heart Surgery
Zenabu’s 6-year-old son, Masawudu was diagnosed with a defect in his heart. Through diagnosis, It was discovered that he has a hole in his heart and would require a surgery that cost N3.7million.
Photos from the video of Zenabu and her 6-year-old son
Being a pure water seller, she was unable to afford the said amount for the surgery. Children like Masawudu who require surgery to correct such a defect, usually have issues with breathing and less strength for physical activities if not corrected.
It is a pain as a mother to watch a child suffer in such a manner, as some of them with that condition, may require multiple surgeries. The father of the boy, had initially labeled her as ‘bad luck’ for giving birth to such a child.
Photos of Zenabu when she first met the charity foundation.
Zenabu had initially lamented that she would require financial aid to be able to help her son. It was at this time, that a charity organization, Crime Check Foundation, decided to help her. The group disclosed her need on its Facebook platform, and was able to raise GHc52,000($9,000).
Zenabu broke down in tears after the news was of the financial support was broken to her. She could barely contain her joy as she burst into tears.
We do pray that the surgery is successful in the coming days.
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