Sponsored Links: Photo: Condition of man whose kidneys were removed by a doctor in Adamawa who thought they were tumors, is getting worse This is according to Mustapha Atiku Ribadu who has being following the case. He gave an update. Please read below Isa Hamma the victim of a doctor's quackery is still in Kano,waiting for the appointed time. Isa Hamma's kidneys were removed by a doctor named Dr Yakubu Kwaji at Jimeta clinic,the doctor mistook the patient's kidneys for tumour,rendering him without both kidneys,for about 3 months now the 23 year old is surviving through heamodialysis 3 times a week.It could be recalled that the Adamawa state governor Senator Bindow promised to give the patient N2.5 million personally and the government also pledged N2.5 million making it N5million.The patient armed with this was taking to Kano for a possible kidney transplant. It could also be recalled that a young man named Muhammad Sani came forward to donate one of his kidneys to the patient if it matches. The patient was taking to Kano with the donor who got to know the news through our activities in the media, together with other two person who are also ready for the kidney donation. The patient health seriously detoriated at Kano, his mother even cried that her only son was taking to Kano to be killed ,the mother' s worry was not unconnected with the new pains he is complaining and the patient who never fainted while at FMC Yola is now fainting at Aminu Kano teaching hospital,AKTH,he faints every now and then. The patient fainted three times yesterday night and nothing is said about the possibility of a transplant.As the patient family are illitrates they were told the patient and the kidneys donors blood is taking to LONDON for tests,to LONDON!!! Why cant the government tell us the true picture of what is happening,where is the said money been given for the transplant? If nothing is done urgently the patient may give up any moment ,even though donors are available the resources seems to be a mere PLEDGE. We are calling on all those concern and all the good people of Adamawa and Nigeria as a whole to come to the rescue of this poor boy This post first appeared on Linda Ikeji's Blog. Read the original story here.