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Saturday, 18 October 2014
3-year Old Boys to Restore Manhood with over 1million Naira
Atohe Charity was a trader for so many years and sold garri in the popular New Benin Market, Benin, Edo State, until about three years ago when she had to quit the business as a result of some ill fortunes. Charity gave birth to her baby at one of the state owned hospitals, GRA, Benin-City. She discovered that her baby boy had no genitals. On seeing this, she alerted the hospital staff and she was given assurance that all would be all right once an operation was carried out on the baby at the University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH), Ugbowo, to which the case was referred. While she was in UBTH for four months and her baby undergoing three operations, her child, named Testimony, was discharged. A few months later, Atohe noticed that the spot where the operation was carried out had swollen up;she took the child back to the hospital and she was told to pay N800,000 for another operation to correct the problem. Having gone from one place to the other, including the Edo State Government House, without making headway, Charity relocated to Lagos in search of help. She however fell into the hands of a fraudster, a self-acclaimed society lady, Blessing Uzeatu, whom she met in Ikeja, offering to assist her but she later made away with the over N5 million that some good Samaritans made available for the treatment of the baby. The case was reported to the police, but Uzeatu had disappeared without a trace ever since. Recently, Testimony, who would be three years old on November 10, was taken to the Delta State University Teaching Hospital, Oghara, but the hospital said the operation would cost N1.2 million. This has sent Charity back to the street in search of help. When asked the role her husband has played in finding a solution to the problem, Charity, who has given birth to another baby, said that she has been the one doing much of the running around, as her husband has been jobless for a long time now. She is out there on the streets pleading with well-meaning Nigerians and others who could be of help to make possible for the corrective surgery to be performed on her son, Testimony. We wish her well. Source: Daily Independent