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Yoruba actress Ronke Ojo who is popularly known as “Oshodi Oke” is not
smiling at the moment. Her adopted sister who has been with her for
over six years is down with cancer of the bone. Oluwabunmi Esther
Akinleye, who came into the actress’ life as her personal assistant is
a shadow of herself.
Her ordeal began three years ago when she complained of a sharp pain
in her shoulder joint. She underwent surgery at the Orthopedic
Hospital , Igbobi and was discharged, but after close examination at
the hospital , she was referred to the Lagos University Teaching
Hospital where she was told she had bone cancer. She visited several
hospitals subsequently and after spending over N2 million she was
momentarily relived. Her life became normal.
Unfortunately, her condition became worse .Now she needs N7 million
for a surgery in India. The money will cover her plane ticket,
treatment and the needs of a relation that will accompany her. Ronke’s
predicament is that she lacks enough money to treat her. “She is my
sister and I will do almost anything for her but the truth is I don’t
have the N7 million she requires. We need help from all well meaning
Nigerians. She is young and promising. At 29 ,we don’t want her to
die” , she in tears at her Ijaye, Lagos residence.
If you’re blessed to help, please contact Ronke on 08023023338 or
donate into her account. Account name: Akinleye Oluwabunmi Esther
Bank: FCMB. Account number: 0301010319178001.
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