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Toyin Aimakhu advocates for Ovarian Cancer patient

26 July 2016, 16:07

Lagos - Popular actress Toyin Aimakhu has joined the campaign to save the life of Ahmed Mayowa  Shukurat who has stage IV Ovarian Cancer.

 Toyin Aimakhu, 31, visited  Ahmed Mayowa Shukurat who has been diagnosed with Stage IV Ovarian cancer.

Last weekend Mayowa's heartbreaking story went viral as she is presently pleading for funds to save her life. She needs thirty-two million Naira to save her life and has been able to raise over 6.5 million Naira.

Toyin Aimakhu has now lent her voice to ensure that Ahmed Mayowa Shukurat is able to raise the money needed to save her life

The Nollywood actress visited Mayowa at Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) in Idi-Araba, Lagos.

Also read:Toyin Aimakhu announces reality TV series

"This is Mayowa. I don't know her. I have never met her. The only thing I know about her is that she is my fan. I am an actress and I believe this is the time to use my voice. We need your help" said Toyin Aimakhu in a passionate plea to save Mayowa's life.

In the Instagram video she further said "I'm going to use my voice. She is my fan. This is the first time I am seeing her. She is young, she is pretty..." Toyin Aimakhu then consoled Mayowa who started crying in the video.


- News24


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