Help Save Vincent Chukwuka Nwokedi


Vincent Chukwuka Nwokedi was born September 16 1989, he finished from Zion Foundation Primary School and afterwards attended University of Benin Demonstration Secondary School (UDSS), where
he finished with the 2006/2007 set. He is the first child and only son of his parent in a family of 5.

He is currently a 600 level (final year) student of Pharmacy (Pharm D). He was diagnosed of Acute Lymphocytic Leukamia (Blood Cancer) just a day after his first semester exams. Precisely on the 10th of April 2013. As a pharmacy student Vincent has headed several humanitarian programmes such as the Anti-Drug Misuse and Abuse Program, where a reachout was made to secondary schools and tertiary institutions to enlighten them on the harmful effects of drug abuse.

He is currently undergoing chemotherapy in the University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH), awaiting to be flown to India where he would undergo a bone-marrow transplant surgery (a procedure that cannot be carried out in Nigeria) to cure his condition.

His consultant at the UBTH has projected the sum of ten million naira (N10 million) which will be required for this surgery

The family in conjunction with his classmates are putting this campaign together to help raise this money for him.

We will appreciate your support in cash and kind. To assist, kindly help with whatever you can to

BANK: ZENITH

ACCOUNT NAME: VINCENT CHUKWUKA NWOKEDI

ACCOUNT NUMBER: 2100053461

Please find a supporting document from the University of Benin Teaching hospital.

For further info, visit. www.savevincent.org

Thank you and God bless.


Comments

  1. This is truly sad, such a young promising chap, it will take less than 600m usd to start a cancer center in naija, most senators have ths amount cooling off in a swiss account. God will help us in ds country ijn.

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  2. Anonymous4/23/2013

    He was my classmate in secondary school. I'm glad that it has finally reached a blog. Please kindly contribute to save him. God bless u as u give.
    - Sasu.

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  3. God bless you Aunt Eya. Such a young man, full of life. Though I have finished from Uniben now, I knew him when he was in 100 and 200 level or so. God please Heal him. Nigerians please help. Let's save another "Debbie". Too bad we pay taxes but out government only cares about them flying abroad and not in providing quality health care for us. Please let's all do whatever we can to save this young man. God bless you all.

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  4. chikoko4/23/2013

    Chuks I speak God's healing balm into ur life,IJN,Amen,its well

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  5. Mr vincent it is well with you, we will all do our best.

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  6. Anonymous4/23/2013

    Please help vincent...he is M y classmate... A very promising youngman....he has headed various drug abuse committee .. And gone around spreadin word on the effects of drug misuse and abuse on youthss and even adults...please help him..nothing is too small..thank you

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