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Destiny Amaka Plans Birthday With Kids With Cancer

Source: Maryjane Ezeh/Nigeriafilms.com

In Celebration of her Birthday tomorrow, Tuesday, December 1, 2105, Nollywood actress cum Cool FM OAP and her friends will be spending her Day at Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) with children battling cancer.

The curvy diva chose to celebrate her day with cancer kids because according to her, thousands of children across Africa die yearly from Cancers with which can be prevented if detected early and they also have access to financial supports for treatments and modern medical equipment.
In a brief chat with Nollywoodgists.com Destiny added that every year she does something charitable and extra-ordinary and this year 2015 is not an exception.

''This year I was supposed to do something in Ibadan for the crippled, elderly and less-privileged, but the project didn't fly through. I was really depressed about that until I met someone who encouraged me to still try do something else as the year is fast coming to an end.

He actually told me about LUTH and their youth/children department. As soon he said that, I just connected to it and bought the idea.

I went to LUTH the next day and met kids with cancer and it really touched my heart. I have looked for a way to help cancer patients, not that any of my friends and family members have been affected, so I give thanks to God.

Cancer is really an unfortunate thing that singles people out; black or white, fat or thin.

When I saw those kids, it was so devastated, some parents sell their lands, properties and even forfeit the school fees of other children to take care of the chemotherapy for their cancer affected children.

Children are supposed to be happy, joyful, playing and have the best memories of their life. They shouldn't be bed-ridden. It is such a heart-breaking sight to see these children suffer.

So, it is important that we raise awareness for early detection of cancer in children. I think a lot is being done for adults but the children are somehow neglected and their numbers are increasing day by day. They can be saved and helped.

I have registered the Destiny Amaka Give Back Foundation which would focus of the Children living with cancer across Africa, ''she hinted.

Last year the Radio big girl celebrated her at Lilygate hotel, Lekki and stars like Alibaba, Yaw, Ik Ogbonna, Uti Nwachukwu, Rukky Sanda, JJC, Funny Bone and some others graced the occasion to shower love to their `jolly` colleague.


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By: Kwame Aduhene-Kwarte