Kanu Foundation performs open heart medical procedures in Abuja
An achievement was accomplished by the Kanu Heart Foundation in Abuja a week ago when three weak youngsters had fruitful open heart medical procedures.
The medical procedures were attempted at the Alliance Hospital, Garki, Area 11 in the Federal Capital Territory, driven by Dr. Rehan Sayeed
Mohammed in organization with different specialists who incorporate Dr. Etobo.
Organizer of the Kanu Heart Foundation, Pastor Onyebuchi Abia, who was likewise present at the emergency clinic while the tasks kept going, depicted the occasion as a restorative accomplishment.
“It was long in coming and we express gratitude toward God that the tasks abandoned any hitch at all,” the facilitator commented, including that the three youngsters were Ben Aruna, Kikilola Lawal and Kehinde Jaiyeoba.
“Two additional youngsters booked to be worked on in Abuja were kept down in their areas and will currently be worked on in February,” he said.
As per Pastor Abia, four kids; Doris Onyeama, Memud Fadilullah, Sunday Jemima and Ogwuegbunam Benjamin are set to withdraw
Nigeria on February 1 for Sudan where they are planned to be worked on at the Salem Cardiac Center in the nation’s capital, Khartoum.
In the interim, seven patients are having their visas handled in front of their planned excursion in mid-February to India where they would be worked on at the well known Vikram Hospital, Bangalore.
More than 400 patients have had their heart tasks completely subsidized by the Kanu Heart Foundation since its origin in the year 2000, even as in excess of a hundred are as of now on the holding up rundown pending accessibility of reserve.