Young Jonathan needs urgent help

HARARE - One-year-old Jonathan Sahanya has a rare and severe heart disease which needs urgent attention.

His mother passed away recently and the father, Samuel Sahanya, cannot afford the money needed for a major operation to help the boy. Up to $4 000 is needed for the operation.
Jonathan is diagnosed with the following:

  • Hypospadias
  • Undescending bi-lateral testicles
  • Delayed milestones
  • Hydrocephalic
  • Cardiovascular problem.

Due to these problems, young Jonathan can neither flip nor sit and the situation could worsen as he may suffer severe heart attacks.

Doctors say an urgent operation is needed to normalise the boy’s situation. The parents are kindly requesting for help either in cash or a feasible plan that can help Jonathan to be freed from the problems he is facing.

Touched by Jonathan’s plight, the Daily News Group Editor, Stanley Gama, has set the ball rolling by personally donating $300 towards the worthy cause.

And those willing to help may contact Thelma Chikwanha of the Daily News on +263 772675248 or Jonathan’s father, Samuel on +263772376235. Meanwhile, arrangements are being made to open a CABS account whose details will be published in the Daily News soon.

    Comments (3)

    Thank you daily news.

    pagomo - 18 July 2014

    Thank you Mr. Gama,may the lord bless you richly.

    imvidzechembere walaz - 18 July 2014

    Ndokunohi kuita bepa nhau revanhu not rinonokusha zvematongegwe enyika chete . Ndinoti rambai makadaro Team Chokwadi kuvhenekera apo panemhute sezvo tazviziva tinoti ruzhinji gwedu maZimbabwe ngatisunungireiwo homwe dzedu tiite hwaMother Theresa . Aiwa tichaedza nepatinogona napo tibetsere munin'ina wedu nekuti tikada kucheukigwa nembavha dzeZANU PF dzinofunga matumbu awo oga tingafigwa nemunin'ina

    MukarangawekuMberengwa - 18 July 2014

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