May 18, 2016 By Victoria Saffa
Mohamed Jalloh, 22, resides with his mother at Wellington. He is currently suffering from acute kidney problem and needs help, after doctors disclosed that his condition would get worse if urgent measures are not taken for him to undergo a surgery.
Looking pale and skinny, Mohamed walked into the newsroom of Concord Times holding his medical papers, after visiting several other places without success to secure much-needed help.
Jalloh is a citizen of Sierra Leone and a promising young man, but has no money to travel overseas to undergo the kidney surgery.
He is from a humble background; his parents cannot afford to pay his travelling expenses overseas.
Anyone who is willing to provide help may contact him on this number: 088709559 or deposit money in this account number: 20131304241590 at Guarantee Trust Bank (GTB).