Billionaire man, Marksman Chinedu Ijiomah has doneted an initial sum of two million naira to help save Ada Jesus who is suffering from kidney failure. The money will help take his to India for kidney transplant to help save the life of the comedian who has been down on stroke for a while now.
Recall that Ada Jesus has been sick and due to the fact that she always attack people with her social media page her sickness has been linked to many things. Some claim it is diabolic while some claim it is just normal kidney failure. But the most important thing now is to get her back to life.
The billionaire made it clear that humanity comes first in all we do in life and that is why he has chosen to help save the life of Ada Jesus before any other thing.
He donated to money through his Chinmark foundation and the money has be given to Mr. Harrison Gwashiamu who is in charge to make sure that Ada Jesus comes back to her feet again. He will also follow the healing process to know if more donation will be needed.
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