Three-year-old Mamudou Jallow, who has been suffering from hypertension for two years, seeks urgent medical help.
Bubacar Jallow, father of Mamudou who recently walked into the offices of The Standard said his son has been battling with the sickness for the past two years because he could not pay for the hospital bills.
“I need urgent help from the government or anyone to help save the life of my only son. He is in a critical stage which requires huge amount of money to be treated,” he said.
Jallow, 35, a small-scale businessman and a compiler at the Daily Observer, said he could not get himself another job since the closure of the paper and that has affected him getting the required cash to save his son’s life.
He said his son’s condition gets worse by the day, he eats continuously, visits the toilet frequently and his body temperature is always high.
He can be reached on the following numbers:7788091/3401721.