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Man, 23, needs urgent overseas treatment

Dec 3, 2020, 12:37 PM

Lamin Njie, a 23- year-old resident of Kunkujang Keitaya, who was recently diagnosed with fracture dislocation with a traumatic disc herniation is in dire need of assistance to undergo overseas medical treatment.

Njie, who is also a second year student at Jamia Islamic University of The Gambia, was involved in an accident, where his spinal cord developed problem.

He is currently on admission at Edward Francis Teaching Hospital in Banjul.

According to his medical report, MRI showed C4-C5 fracture dislocation with a traumatic disc herniation and cord compression respiratory distress.

The medical reports therefore recommends for his urgent overseas treatment to undergo spinal surgery.

Therefore, the family is soliciting support from government and non-governmental institutions for him to undergo overseas spinal surgery.

Those interested to assist him can contact these numbers; 7127150/7155401/5952016, or Islamic Bank account number: 2110563008.

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