Topic: Kidney for 10 Million Naira in Asian Countries  (Read 1487 times)

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Kidney for 10 Million Naira in Asian Countries
« on: April 11, 2012, 02:38:50 PM »
Story sources say that in Malaysia, India, China and other Asian countries, Nigeria youths sell off their kidney for 10 million naira. Is this the new money making system? I mean how much is 10 million naira that one would kill himself for it now. Given the high incidences of chronic kidney diseases in some Asian countries, the trade is certainly a money-spinner. In Malaysia alone, there are about 2,500 cases of kidney failure yearly while in China about 1.5 million people are reportedly in need of organ transplants, but that only 10,000 were performed yearly, thus fueling an illegal trade in organs"

Dont know if this is true "there was a certain undergraduate named Segun who sold his kidney in Malaysia. On collecting his 10 million naira, he reportedly did not wait for the post treatment, only to come back to Nigeria drinking and clubbing. He was said to have died in a car he bought from the proceeds of his kidney sale" and there are other stories like that.

Who do we blame for this? Federal Goevernment, Kidney wey dey fail, Nigeria Youth or who?

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