Kaduna Board Secretary Pays Medical Bill Of Hydrocephalus Patient

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The board secretary and executive director of Legal Services at the Kaduna State Internal Revenue Service, Aysha Ahmad Muhammad, has supported 8-month-old Aliyu Sani in his struggle against hydrocephalus amid an unexpected health challenge.
Aliyu, who resides in Bizara, Dambo Zaria, with his parents faced unexpected health challenges, and it was through social media that Aysha became aware of his situation.
Lauding the initiative, the chief operating officer, Afrister, Alhassan Abubakar Sadiq, said Aysha not only covered the young boy’s ongoing medical bills but also provided crucial emotional support to his family.
a condition characterized by the accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid in the brain, can be a challenging journey for both the affected individuals and their families.
Sadiq said her involvement, from arranging transportation to visiting the hospital and offering guidance, reflects her dedication to making a positive impact on the lives of those in need.
He said Sani’s condition is gradually improving.
Sadiq said the ongoing positive progress serves as a testament to the transformative impact of compassionate intervention and social media.
“This act of kindness is not an isolated incident for Aysha Ahmad Muhammad. Known for her commitment to social causes, she dedicates her birthday celebrations to the less privileged, providing them with food and support.
“Her philanthropic efforts extend to orphanages, embodying her belief in uplifting those in need.
“Beyond immediate assistance, Aysha has actively motivated and supported girls in pursuing education and effecting positive change via her advocacy.
“Her advocacy encourages empowerment through education, exemplifying the transformative impact education can have on individuals and communities,” he said.
He added that as Sani continues on his path to recovery, Aysha’s ongoing commitment to philanthropy remains an inspiring beacon of hope.


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