By SANI DUTSINMA.
The Nigeria Union of Journalist, NUJ, Correspondent’s Chapel Zamfara State, has called on three tiers of government, wealthy individuals, groups and organization to save the live of a nine months baby who is suffering with imperforate anus.
The Chairman of the Chapel, Comrade Sani Haruna Dutsinma made the call while presenting the donation of fifty thousand naira cash to the parents of the nine months baby as assistance for his surgery at Saminaka area of Gusau.
Sani Dutsinma said, the Child was born with imperforate anus which make it difficult for him to excrete out what he eat, this make his parents to take him to federal medical center FMC Gusau for medication, but later transferred to Danfodio Teaching hospital sokoto.
The Father of the child Malam Lawali Ibrahim told the Journalists that, three hundred naira was spent at UDUS for the child to have a temporary excretory system where he will excrete adding that, five hundred naira bill is written to them for his surgery.
Malam. Lawal further said after series of medical tests and diagnosis at Usmanu Danfodio Teaching Hospital Sokoto, three hundred thousand naira was projected for emergency operation to provide a temporary excretory system by the side of hid ribs (child).
According to him, he was left with no option other than to sell his motorcycle which he is using for commercial purposes to feed the family in order to serve the life of the child as his relations have contributed the little they have as they are all on equal shoulders.
Malam Lawali therefore called on Zamfara State Government, wealthy individuals, Zakkat and Endowment Board, cooperate organizations as well as Medical Doctors Association of Nigeria, to assist him to save the live of this baby.
Malam Lawali Ibrahim applauded the efforts of the NUJ Correspondents Chapel for informing the public about the health condition of the child and also donating fifty thousand naira cash as their assistance.
He called on those willing to assist to call NUJ Chairman Zamfara State Council on 08099010064 or NUJ Correspondent’s Chapel Chairman on 08067883434 or NUJ National Vice Chairman Zone A on 08099010064