MAYDAY – Nigerian teacher/author seeks support to undertake last-ditch bone marrow transplant in India

My name is Oluyemisi Oladejo from Ogun State, Nigeria. I’m a teacher cum writer, and I’ve lived with Sickle Cell Disease for over three decades. I once shared on African Sickle Cell News and World Report a story about how I lost ten babies in my fight against SCD and how my only daughter narrowly escaped death at birth.

Lately, I have been experiencing a significant deterioration in my health and my doctors think that the ultimate solution is a Bone Marrow Transplant. I have made contacts with an Indian hospital for the procedure, and all that stands on my path now is N15,000,000.

You can help save my life by making a DONATION and/or joining my campaign on Twitter @StemCell4Yemisi .


You can also support this cause by downloading a copy of my novel ‘OMIDAN’ (The Maiden)’ from OkadaBooks @