A Nigerian lady and Sickle Cell survivor, Samira Sanusi, took to twitter to celebrate her brother, Musty Sanusi, who donated his bone marrow to save her 13 years ago.
The donation according to her cured her of the sickle cell anaemia which was transplanted into her in Vienna, Austria in 2004.
She has since devoted her life to fighting sickle cell by creating awareness, supporting other less fortunate young people with the condition emotionally and financially via a foundation she started the Samira Sanusi Sickle Cell Foundation.
Celebrating him, she wrote;
“13 years ago today @mustysanusi gave me his Bone Marrow/Stem Cells which cured me of Sickle Cell Anaemia” she wrote.