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Student seeks sh27m for surgery

By Vision Reporter

Added 20th January 2007 03:00 AM

A Kyambogo University student is seeking $14,700 (about sh27m), to enable him go for open-heart surgery in India. Paul Kwikiriza, a third year student of automotive and power engineering, suffers from rheumatic heart disease.

A Kyambogo University student is seeking $14,700 (about sh27m), to enable him go for open-heart surgery in India. Paul Kwikiriza, a third year student of automotive and power engineering, suffers from rheumatic heart disease.

By Raymond Baguma

A Kyambogo University student is seeking $14,700 (about sh27m), to enable him go for open-heart surgery in India. Paul Kwikiriza, a third year student of automotive and power engineering, suffers from rheumatic heart disease.

A report from the Uganda Heart Institute at Mulago Hospital, said arrangements can be made for Kwikiriza to undergo an operation for valve replacement at Frontier Line, Chennai, in the Republic of India.

Kwikiriza, who resides in Mbarara town with his parents, told The New Vision on Monday: “I appeal for assistance so that I can be able to continue studying normally.”

Contributions can be deposited on bank account number 0121053834601 Stanbic Bank, Mbarara branch in the name of Elias Rwomushana, the father of Kwikiriza or call 077 2550564 or 071 2251471.

Student seeks sh27m for surgery

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