Many thanks to a philanthropist and big sister
By Ukan Kurugh
Erdoo Luper Amo who was last year November hit continously by her aunt whom she was staying with and developed paralysis from her neck downwards, has all the while been in the FCT receiving treatment at the National Hospital, Abuja.
She was discharged after some basic treatment for a while and upon proper suggestion placed on Stem cell (STC 30) therapy which worked miraculously on her as she now can eat and is no more restless seen in the videos posted below. Tomorrow I’ll be returning them from Abuja back to gboko town and you guys will see her with the great improvement again Live after many months of been absence here.
To give honour to whom honour is due, for all of Erdoo’s care alongside her family that have stayed in Abuja for several months now and for the stem cell therapy she has continued to enjoy at an exorbitant price, it has courtesy of the care and love of my big sister and humanitarian to be known simply as mummy Doris.
With the support of this same philanthropist, a 2 bedroom apartment has been rented in Gboko for Erdoo and her family and her father will also take custody of a new bike soonest to enjoy his commercial motorcycle business to support his family. Those inclined to also give them some support can also do so through me.
Our debt of gratitude to this philanthropist and my big sister is inestimable. We appreciate her and my friend Fanan immensely and it is our prayer that the good lord will replenish both of them in a hundred fold. We appreciate all those who in one way or the other have been of help to Erdoo’s case.
God bless us all, Amen.
I can be reached on any assistance for Erdoo since it has been a collective effort from day one.
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