A representative of Pikin Bizness, a philanthropist organization that sponsors kids with biological defects, has spoken about “new hopes” for a 9-month-old baby with an abdomen revealing lower anterior wall defect that exposes bladder mucosa and associated epispadias. This means that the baby’s anus is below his abdomen.
Marian Attiba-Davies said Sahr Nguajah was supposed to undergo a surgery in Ghana but it did not materialise because his mother was not a resident of that Ghana. She said plans were now underway for the surgery to be done in Egypt.
She said the founder of Pikin Bizness, Adonis Aboud recently met with the Egyptian Ambassador to Sierra Leone, Mohamed Ezzat and discussed plans to facilitate the child’s surgery in Egypt. She said the outcome of the deliberation was positive, noting that “Sahr Nguajah’s medical file has been handed over to Ambassador Ezzat who has promised to dispatch
By Ophaniel Gooding