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Help Elisha Edward Aholi Fight Throat Cancer
$5 raised
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3 Years running
Dear Good people, Thank you for taking time to read this message. I sincerely appreciate your generosity towards fundraising for my friend's Dad who is in dire need of medical attention owing to his throat cancer. Please, give what you are able to give.

Dear Good people, Thank you for taking time to read this message. I sincerely appreciate your generosity towards fundraising for my friend's Dad who is in dire need of medical attention owing to his throat cancer. Please, give what you are able to give; little by little we can all make a difference. Illness doesn't have perimeters and doesn't know color of our skins, religion, creed, origin or social status, when it strikes; it does in a big way.

I'm appealing to all of your to come together and help Elisha Edward Aholi fight throat cancer. He was diagnosed with throat cancer in October 2013 and a surgery was perfumed. He went through a harrowing Chemotherapy experience and successfully completed, however, its painful to note that the cancer has reoccurred thus needing further surgeries with specialist in India where he was advised to seek medical attention.

Please donate what you are able to enable his surgery scheduled in India. Surgery will take any place as soon as the fundraising is able to achieve a set goal. We are in need of US$23000 or equivalent of Ksh.2M. Please; please help us help Mr. Elisha. We all know how cancer is devastating....

Those in Kenyan, please; Please help this great Kenyan so that he may live by sending your Mpesa donation to # 0722331160

Please lets join our hands to defeat adversity, together we can! Thank you all for your efforts.

O.J. Kulali

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