14 year old boy with breast rescues
Published On : 2017-06-18 03:59:00
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Women Against inhumanities Sierra Leone (WAI-SL), has over the past months embarked on fundraising for the surgery of Ibrahim Sorie Karama a hermaphrodite.
The founder and CEO of Women Against inhumanities Sierra Leone (WAI-SL), Miss Michaella Sallu with her team are pleased to inform the general public both home and abroad that surgery has been successfully done on Ibrahim Sorie Kamara the 16 year old boy that was popularly seen on social media having breast enlargement.
The Bilateral Subcutaneous Mastectomy surgery was done on the 6th of June 2017 at the Holy Spirit hospital Makeni free of charge by a team of 5 surgeons from Ghana headed by Dr. Albert Painsil and assisted by our Sierra Leonean brother Dr. Abdul Jalloh with fund from Resurge Africa UK.
Ibrahim who has now been discharged was asked as to what surgery he desperately wanted and he said the breast. “We are expecting the other surgery to close the female organ to be done but with no specific date yet.
We thank The Salone/Germany Whatsapp group members, Mrs Wurie of Ramsey laboratory, Dir. Taqui of the Holy spirit hospital Makeni, Dir. Bioma and other doctors at the Connaught hospital, the team from Ghana and staffs of the Holy spirit hospital Makeni for their tremendous support in making this a success,” the CEO said, and added that “we are still calling on Sierra Leoneans and organizations both home and abroad to continue their support in saving a Sierra Leonean child.
She thank and pray for all that have supported in one way or the other for more provision and also pray to God for provision and favour on us all.”  


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