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Appeal for funds to save the life of a Togolese in the US

The family of Dr. Jean-Marc Komi Akakpo, a Togolese residing in the United States of America, is requesting financial assistance to assist the compatriot, who suffered a cardiac arrest last February, while his health insurance came to an end.

The images of the patient already circulating on the web are heartbreaking. The man indeed needs help to recover his health.

According to the family press release, on the evening of February 19, 2023, Jean-Marc Komi Akakpo, professor at Kennesaw State University (Georgia -USA) had a cardiac arrest while attending a conference in Baltimore MD as volunteer for Notre Dame Mission Volunteers, a non-profit organization affiliated with AmeriCorps.

“He was rushed to St Joseph Medical Center where he remained for 5 weeks on life support after a period in a coma,” the document said.

The will be transferred on March 24 to Futurecare Homewood a rehabilitation center in Baltimore MD, he was evacuated at the latest news to the emergency room of Memorial Union Hospital in Baltimore MD.


While expressing their gratitude to everyone who has already shown sympathy for the brother, the family is appealing for donations especially as the patient’s health insurance is about to expire. The link the fundraising is: https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-dr-jeanmarc-akakpo

For more information, kindly contact Jean-Marc’s cousin Mr Winston Kwami Dzose also living in the USA (Georgia) or join a communication platform set up on Facebook to situate opinion and answer questions related to the situation. : https://www.facebook.com/groups/586517123517332,

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Jules TAGBA
Jules TAGBA
April 10, 2023 4:08 pm

He is a professor at a college and should have money and insurance. Why should we contribute? There are millions of Togo people every day facing life issue.

Alfred 1er
Alfred 1er
April 11, 2023 10:04 am
Reply to  Jules TAGBA

First of all he is not a Professor. He is a lecturer with a PhD. They are not forcing anyone to contribute, Read well the article, the guy had a coverage that will expire soon. If you live in US or another develop country you will understand the situation.

HommeIntegre
April 10, 2023 5:18 pm

Ceux qui profitent du malheur des uns pour se la couler , souvenez-vous que karma est une pute et que c’est de meme d’autres se serviront aussi de votre malheur pour “s’enrichir”

Boom
Boom
April 11, 2023 12:41 am

what the hell is that?
he’s been there for how long?
normaly Notre Dame Mission Volunteers should be able to assist him since he was providing his services to Notre Dame Mission Volunteers as a help without a feedback fees?
where is Kpodzro ? the catholic system is a scam sh***

Nunɔlagã
Nunɔlagã
April 12, 2023 3:03 am
Reply to  Boom

Dear brother,

Before insulting, can we please verify the fact and see how to help our brother if true ?

Nunɔlagã

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