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Daniel Alubadek, a topography coach of the Wenchi Methodist Senior High School, who took a portion of his understudies on a journey to the Kintampo cascades, and endured a catastrophe, is as yet laid up, four years after the lamentable occasion.
As per clinical reports located by GhanaWeb, Alubadek needs $91,571 to go through crisis neurosurgery in the United States of America to have the option to walk once more.
The report from Clearwater, Florida US, expresses that the patient is a contender for autologous fat undifferentiated cell treatment for his spinal rope injury, something that has brought about his loss of motion.
“His treatment will incorporate expulsion of his fat tissue and controlled intrathecally to advance the mending of his nerve framework inside the thecal sac to the cerebrum,” portions of the report read.
“The expense of the principal treatment is $11,741. Each extra infusion which can be played out at regular intervals will be an extra $8,870. As mentioned, we can perform 10 infusions like clockwork for a very long time for a complete 10 infusions. The complete expense for the 10 treatments will be $91,571,” the report peruses further.
Daniel Alubadek is cited in a mynewsgh report as saying: “There has not been any huge improvement since the lamentable occurrence. There is a course of action with [the] Government for some little help. At the underlying stages, the previous superintendent pursued for me to get some treatment. At some point back, the Minister for Tourism and Culture during one of her visits to the school was helped to remember my circumstance. She vowed to liaise with specialists so I get the best […] treatment.”
Twenty individuals, generally understudies on a journey, lost their lives while more than 21 others supported wounds after trees slammed on them following a hefty rainstorm on Sunday, March 19, 2017.
The greater part of the casualties were understudies of the Wenchi Senior High School (SHS) in the Brong-Ahafo Region while others were vacationers. The vacationer site was shut down after the occurrence while a council was set up by the Government of Ghana to test the reason for the misfortune.
Introducing a report to Parliament, the at that point Minister of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts, Catherine Afeku, expressed:
“The report presumed that albeit this was a demonstration of God, various far off and prompt causes were recognized as being instrumental to the mishap”.