HE’S CURRENTLY RECUPERATING AT A TEXAS, USA HOSPITAL AND SHOULD BE DISCHARGED IN A FEW DAYS.
PRAISE CHUKWU OKIKE ABIAMA
Our brother, Emmanuel Imo, whose video recently went viral is finally getting some medical attention, thanks to some very kind Nigerians in Texas, USA.
Let’s not rest on our laurels but double up on our efforts to help him receive better care and eventually return home to Nigeria with decent upkeep plans.
As earlier reported, his NAME IS EMMANUEL IMO FROM MBAISE, IMO STATE, NIGERIA AND HE HASN’T BEEN TO NIGERIA IN 35 YEARS BUT NOW HE DESPERATELY WANTS TO GO BACK TO NIGERIA DESPITE HIS POOR HEALTH CONDITION. He is down with Diabetes, High blood pressure, vision problems, amongst other health issues and had reportedly not taken his medications for over three months. He neither has a green card, a job, a hpme, medical insurance insurance nor a steady supply of food.
Watch here, a videos of him on 031119 and 031219 currently recovering at a Texas, USA hospital.
031219 Video of him in a Houston Hospital
Brother Emmanuel Imo at a Texas Usa Hospital
Watch here, a video of him living on the street before he was checked into the hospital
Video of brother Emmanuel living as a homeless man in Texas, USA just before checking into the hospital
You can email us via ValAmadiFOUNDATION@Gmail.com or Info@We4WeREPORTS.com, to join the drive to help him out so he can get some medical attention and then go home to Nigeria when healthier with a decent amount of upkeep money.
In the interest of transparency, all donations are announced publicly. If you wish not to have your name and donation publicly announced, we must still announce your donation amount but under “anonymous”. All funds donated shall be passed on to him directly with the knowledge and guidance of a few Otulu, Mbaise community relatives of his who, as we have been reliably informed by Hon. Bethels Agomuo (President of Mbaise Town Union in New York), would be responsible for directing his medical care and upkeep from now until he moves back to Nigeria.
We are our brothers’ keepers.
Shoutout 2 our good friend, Prince Egbuchere for the extra help to this brother.