Facebook user Ukan Kurugh, who shared the story disclosed that Ronald’s parents tried using traditional medicine to treat their son after his penis got twisted while he was being circumcised as a child, however the attempt yielded no positive result.
MR. RONALD (PEN NAME) WHO HAS NOT HAD AN ERECTION FOR 27 YEARS NEEDS CARE AND ACCOMMODATION WHILE HE AWAITS SURGERY IN ABUJA.
By: Ukan Kurugh
Known and referred to as Ronald for the sake of identity protection, 27 year old Tiv man from Benue State who has his genital twisted halfway upwards than downward/has not had an erection for 27years, had his prayers about to be answered as a humanitarian Mrs Uyi has agreed to foot the bills of the surgery that would liberate him from the life long forced celibacy he has lived with.
Good as this may seem, Mr. Ronald who is expected to be in Abuja tomorrow (sunday) needs some financial aid to sustain himself while undergoing the necessary tests that would perfect him and also a place where he can lay his head for the period of the waiting which is expected to be just about a 4days or a week at most.
With the bigger burden of having him well, taken off by the philanthropist, the challenge of feeding and accommodation has become a barrier staring us in the face, hence the need to communicate you friends to come to our aid.
His medical challenge is one that started from birth and his humble parents who are resident in the village gave it a traditional medicinal approach that failed to yield the desired results.
Friends and good spirited individuals here on the online media, I appeal to your conscience to help us walk pass this challenge and am trusting God to see us through and to richly bless those who would help liberate Mr. Ronald.
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However the Benue indigene heaved a sigh of a relief after a humanitarian, one Mrs. Uyi, agreed to foot his corrective surgery bills after Ukan Kurugh went public with the story. Ronald had the surgery on Sunday, July 1, at a hospital in Abuja, and according to Ukan, it was a success. Ronald is however expected to return to the hospital soon for a medical checkup.