21 November 2017

Liberia: Child Born Without Anus

Liberia's democratic process continues to stall and there's no indication whether the legal battles will end anytime soon.

Liberians are concerned that these delays could probably complicate an already fluid situation and makes transition even difficult.

The people of Liberia are unruffled but the apparent delays in handling the legal issues expeditiously have created lots of speculations; hence, the future of Liberia could be at stake.

Many Liberians are concerned that these delays could affect all sectors of the country including health, where challenges are enormous. Within the health sector, there are reports that children under five face varieties of problems, although some of these health issues have been addressed, but the reality remains, there are problems.

According to reports, a three-week old baby is said to be desperately in need of surgery to have him defecate because the child was born without an anus.

The mother of the child said due to this complication, the baby urinates and defecates through his pennies, and this makes him to go through excruciating pain and also cause him restless during the day and night hours.

She called on philanthropists and international organization to assist her underwrite surgical operations for her child.

Those interested in assisting the child may call this number... 0886134924.

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