Kwame Antwi, a 46-year-old resident of Sefwi Essam in the Bia West District, is facing a life-threatening battle with kidney disease.
He has been placed on dialysis to keep him alive, but the financial burden of his treatment is taking a toll on his already fragile health.
With no means to travel to Sunyani for essential medical care, Kwame Antwi is making a heartfelt plea for help from the community, pastors, radio and TV stations, and the general public.
Kwame Antwi, a loving father and a hardworking member of the community, has been grappling with kidney problems that have severely affected his quality of life.
Due to the advanced stage of his condition, he requires regular dialysis to maintain his health, and the expenses associated with this life-saving procedure have become an insurmountable obstacle for him.
In a desperate bid to secure the necessary funds for his treatment, Kwame has resorted to selling his properties, but the financial shortfall persists, leaving him unable to access the crucial medical care he needs.
His deteriorating health has left him unable to perform even the most basic daily activities, and his plea for assistance has become increasingly urgent.
Kwame Antwi said, “I am pleading, I am begging with all my heart for assistance. This kidney condition has taken away my ability to enjoy a normal life. I can’t eat, and I can’t even ease myself without severe pain. I need help urgently, and I humbly ask the general public, pastors, radio and TV stations to come to my aid in this critical time.”
The cost of kidney treatment, including dialysis, transportation to Sunyani, and associated medical expenses, is significant, and Kwame Antwi is in dire need of financial support to continue his fight for survival.
We urge anyone who can provide assistance, whether through financial donations, medical expertise, or any other means, to reach out and offer support to Kwame Antwi during this challenging period. Your help could be the lifeline he desperately needs to continue his battle against kidney disease.
To contribute to Kwame Antwi’s medical fund or offer any form of support, please contact 0248 445 832 / 0249 282 360 or visit Winners Fm in Essam to make a donation.