A 64-year-old Internally Displaced Particular person, Mr. John Adamu, has cried out to governments in any respect ranges and fellow Nigerians to come back to his help as he battles prostate most cancers.
Adamu, in an interview with the Information Company of Nigeria on the IDP Camp, Kuchigoro, in Abuja, stated on Saturday that he was doing properly in Gwoza, Borno State, earlier than Boko Haram displaced his household.
“I’m right here within the IDP Camp with out something. Since January this yr, I’ve been down with prostate most cancers and hypertension. Please, I urge authorities and Nigerians to come back to my help.
“I’ve been to the hospital at Wuse Zone 3. I used to be given medication and it has helped me to some extent; I want to purchase the medication, however they’re costly.
“The final time I went, they mounted my manhood to a pipe hooked up to a urine sack, that I ought to handle, however I used to be instructed that surgical procedure is the following and solely choice. The urine sack is in my pocket.
“I’ve tried searching for for assist. I went to Human Rights Radio however was instructed to swear to an affidavit and I don’t have the sources.
“Typically, I trek from Kuchigoro to the hospital at Wuse Zone 3,” he stated.
Kuchigoro, a suburban neighborhood alongside the Abuja Airport freeway, within the Abuja Municipal Council Space of the FCT, is about six kilometres to the Wuse hospital at Zone 3.
Adamu, who took refuge on the Kuchigoro IDP Camp, stated that his case was between life and dying, explaining that he nearly dedicated suicide however for some individuals within the camp that inspired him to reside.
“My plea is to Nigerians and governments in any respect ranges to assist me and sponsor the surgical procedure, in order that I can have my regular life again and proceed with my farming enterprise.”