The next morning (Monday), i called her and she said she was at LUTH, so i ran out. When she saw me over there, everything about her changed; she was laughing, cheerful, i was like Oh My God, i felt like a mini-god to her. I told myself, i don’t mind doing this for her, for the rest of my life.”
Recall that Mayowa’s story went viral after she uploaded an Instagram video soliciting for funds from good spirited Nigerians.
Popular actress, Toyin Aimakun was among other notable Nigerians who called for the support of some wealthy Nigerians to make donations for Mayowa’s surgery.
Over N32 million was raised after which an online campaign #savemayowa was launched.
However, a mild drama ensued when popular blogger, Linda Ikeji posted a story saying the #savemayowa fund raising was a scam adding that her family members had absconded with the money.