Albino foundation needs N300,000 to save member from skin cancer

Nura, a student of Tsangaya school is now roaming about the street, begging for alms despite his condition.

9/24/2021 9:55:00 AM

Nura, a student of Tsangaya school is now roaming about the street, begging for alms despite his condition.

The Albino Foundation, Sokoto State chapter is soliciting financial support for its member who is suffering from skin cancer.

Speaking toDaily Trust, Nura pleaded with the state government to come to his aid.The State Coordinator of the foundation, Abba Galadima said they had sought the support of the state government but to no avail.According to him, the foundation had lost two of its members to skin cancer this year.

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