#HelpVincent

Help Vincent(1)

The picture says it all. Vincent needs help.

We got to know Vincent’s former classmate, Lola, and his close friend, Ehitare. SO THIS IS TRUE. Here’s the information Ehitare gave about Vincent:

Why save Vincent? Vincent was diagnosed of leukaemia and is currently hospitalized at University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH). He needs N10million for bone marrow transplant abroad.

Throughout 2012, Vincent C. Nwokedi passionately headed an army of Pharmacy students into the streets of Benin on a mission to save Nigerian youths from loosing their lives to drug abuse and dependence. His anti-drug abuse/misuse program started in University of Benin from where its impact went around the City and beyond. In just one year, this young man from Anambra state turned the lives of many drug abusers around, giving them reasons to dump their bad habits and preserve their lives. If he could do this as a student in his penultimate year, imagine what impact he would have on the society at large when he finally becomes a Pharmacist this year 2013 in which he is to graduate.

This is a clarion call to all Nigerians. Arise and help Vincent today. Help keep him alive. A minimum of N2000 is not too much to help cure him. However, if you do not have money now, you can pray for him.

His bank account details:
Account Name: VINCENT CHUKWUKA NWOKEDI.
Account number :2100053461
Zenith Bank Plc

Vincentt Photo credit: Ehitare

HOW YOU CAN HELP?
+ Donate
+ Send this as a BC (Broadcast message) if you use a Blackberry.
+ Forward to your email contacts
+ Share this post on Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, LinkedIn
+ Share the picture on Tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram.

God bless!

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