Dear Dr Titus Augustine and Dr Vincent,
Let me have a chance to express my deepest gratitude for your incredible efforts and support to save Mr Amare Mezgebu who had faced a deadly kidney disease by simply saying " You are extraordinary; thank you very much!".
I am totally baffled by the story that I heard from Mr Amare regarding the support they got particularly from Dr Vincent.
May the almighty God bless your life, work, and family. I wish you a long live.
The following post is copied from my social media pages FYI.
A couple of months ago, we appealed for help to save our x-uni friend Deacon Amare Mezgebu, a college teacher and father of two who had faced a total failure of his two kidneys (see this video:http://vimeo.com/95656128).
Thanks to the Almighty God that he now has made through a successful Liv-Donor Kidney Transplantation at the Narayanan Health Hospital in Bangalore and reunited with his family in Ethiopia. He and his kidney donor, the mother, are currently in a very good health.
Dozens of thanks to Dr Titus Augustine of Manchester Royal Infirmary who showed incredible sympathy and helped Mr Amare get connected and access treatments at a much far discounted rate in Bangalore; Dr Lloyd Vincent who led the transplantation and offered extraordinary ongoing support to Dn Amare and to the kidney donor and his team at NH as well as everyone who helped him financially, by prayers, and in any other way.
In the group photo left to right: W/ro Tirualem - Amare's Kidney donor and mother, Dn Amare, Dr Lloyd Vincent, W/ro Tadila attendee and Dn Amar's wife.
With best regards,
Y Haile MSc.in ICTs for Development The University of Manchester