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Lady Offers To Donate Her Kidney To Save Sonia Ike Ekweremadu

A 24-year-old lady, Annastasia Michael has declared her intention to donate one of her kidneys to ailing Sonia Ekweremadu.

Gatekeepers News reports that Annastasia wrote an open letter which she posted on Facebook on Monday declaring her intentions to save Sonia’s life.

Gatekeepers News reported that Ike Ekweremadu’s daughter, Sonia had made an appeal to members of the public to donate a kidney to save her life.

In response to Sonia’s appeal, Annastasia said she was ready to offer one of her kidneys to Ekweremadu if none of her family members could do that, adding that it is to prove that women can help women and she demands nothing in return.

She disclosed that she had already forwarded a mail to the email address provided by Sonia.

“Kidney donation To Sonia Ekweremadu.
I (Annastasia Michael olamma) want to donate one of my Kidney to sonia Ekweremadu to save her life. I have made up my mind to do this to prove women can help women.
If any of her relatives mum,dad, siblings, cannot give out their kidney to save their Bloodline then i will donate my own to save Sonia And i demand nothing in return. I pray it matches with her own.
Am 24 years old ,I don’t take alcohol and I believe my kidney is very healthy to donate.
I have sent message to her email @[email protected] and anticipate for her reply.
May God heal you 🙏😢

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