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After PIJAlance Story, 110,579.4 Out of 500,000 Raised For OSPOLY Graduating Student with Kidney Issue 


Agency Report


PIJAlance had earlier reported that a graduating student of Osun State Polytechnic, Iree, Bamidele Joseph was at the verge of death having being diagnosed of kidney disease. Read More.


We reported that the kidney disease was as a result of high blood pressure according to the Lab experts that tested him in Ikirun, Osun State.


PIJAlance also reported that Doctors have demanded N500,000 as a token to revive dying Bamidele Joseph back to life.


Worthy of note, Bamidele Joseph has been transferred to an hospital in Ile-Ife due the severity of its sickness.


However, through our report which had the account number of Bamidele Joseph written; 110, 579.4 has been raised out of the initial N500,000, his brother told our correspondent through a telephone call, recently.


The brother who has been with the fresh graduating student since his illness started also added that he is grateful to everyone who sent the money.


The image of the current balance in Bamidele Joseph’s account.


He also encouraged Nigerian students that Joseph is already responding to treatment but needs medical attention concerning his kidney on time.


Furthermore, a former Presidential candidate of Students Union Government, in Osun State Polytechnic, Iree, Irinoye Benjamin Oluwatoyin also known as Bengee reached out to the brother of Joseph.


According to a schmooze had with our correspondent on WhatsApp, Bengee also mentioned that Joseph is currently responding to treatment.


Kindly note the money is not complete yet, send any amount to:


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