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Saturday, 16 August 2014

Nigerians tricked into selling kidneys in India share horrible tales

Nigerians who claim to have been tricked into selling their kidneys in Indian hospitals have shared horrific tales of their ordeal. In this exclusive sit down with Punch, Martin said he was tricked into selling one of his kidneys for just $7,500 (N1.2m) in 2008
Martins said he had only one reason why he was willing to sell one of his kidneys for that amount: financial independence.
He'd tried to make a meaning out of his life. While growing up, he had dreamt of becoming an engineer but his parents did not have the wherewithal to support his dream.
So when he was approached by his childhood friend, he did not think times over before accepting the offer. He would sell his kidney, his friend, who was also the agent, would make about $1,800 (N300,000), while he would pocket the balance — $5,600 (N900,000). He felt it was balanced Mathematics, but the complexity of the deal was none he could have imagined. Continue...

According to Martins, his friend, Sola, had a link with some individuals in Nigeria, mostly people who were looking for people who could donate kidneys to loved ones who needed to be flown abroad for kidney transplant.

A part of the money paid for the kidney would go to the agent, while the other part would be given the donor.

As an agent, Sola was called one day in October 2008 by a client who was based in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. The client was a man whose 27-year-old daughter’s two kidneys had failed and needed to be flown to India for a transplant. N1.2m was the amount agreed upon by both parties to strike a deal.
Then the agent’s work was to look for someone who would sell his kidney and be paid a part of the money put down by the client.
Martins was the donor in this case who was hoping he would make N900,000 when the deal was over, but his friend chose to be ‘smarter’ than him. Instead of being paid, he (Martins) was the one who ‘paid’ and is still ‘paying.’

Martins said, 
“When I was tricked into selling my kidney for money, it was even a close friend of mine that introduced me into the trade. And I did not doubt him for a second. I wanted my life to change positively. I did not know he would eventually betray me due to the trust I had in him. Things were a bit tough for me then and I was desperate to make a change in my life.
“Sola was looking for someone to donate a kidney to a person, and since I had been living in penury, I decided to take a chance. I thought it was a little issue. He told me the huge amount of money that was usually paid to donors. I told him I would do it.
“The client I was to sell my kidney to was in Port Harcourt at that time, so I travelled there and was lodged in a hotel, the name of which I cannot remember now. The following day, I was taken to the General Hospital in the city for medical tests.”
To be tested by the doctors in the General Hospital, Port Harcourt, Martins said he had to pretend as if he was a relative of the patient, and that he did it ‘gladly.’ All he was hoping for was the money.
He said, “I had to pretend as if I was a family member of the client who needed my kidney so doctors could allow me undergo the tests.
“I was made to undergo different medical tests ranging from HIV, to blood group, and whether my kidney matched with that of the sick.
“That was just the beginning, and everything seemed to work perfect. I was made to understand that assuming I had any disease like gonorrhoea or others, I would be treated here before I travelled out of the country, as far as my kidney matched with the sick’s.
“The second stage was the processing of visa and other travelling documents for me. The agent was to take care of all this. My own responsibility as the donor was just to obey all their commands.
“To process the visa, I took pictures with the family of the patient, which made the officials at the embassy believe I was really a relative of the client. I was also made to bear the name of the family of the client so that there would be no suspicion by the officials at the embassy.”
Martins said he learned that if the client were a Yoruba, he would be given a Yoruba name; in this case, the patient and his father (who was the client) were from Rivers State, and so he was given a name that resembled theirs.
He continued, “Meanwhile, as all these were going on, I never knew that negotiations between the client and the agent were also ongoing, I was just obeying their bidding; at least I thought my friend could be trusted.
“Before we travelled and because everything seemed to be working according to plan, my agent told me I had to get new clothes to travel with to India, so I borrowed some money from them, to be repaid from the money they would pay me.
“Normally, the client would not pay the agent the money until the day of travelling and the agent would not pay the donor until he was sure the operation was successful.
“I never knew all these until I experienced it. My friend was the agent and that was why I did not bother asking for the money before I travelled to India.
“On the day I was to travel with the family of the patient, we were lodged in a hotel in the Ketu area of Lagos. We got to the airport around 5am and I was thinking all through the journey. I was hoping my life would be better if everything was successful.”
MIOT Hospitals in Chennai, India was the destination. Everything had worked very well in Nigeria, but that was just the first step.
Martins continued, “We got to the hospital and we were lodged there. The following day, I began another series of medical tests. The medical personnel, who attended to me there, Doctor Tashir, sat me down and asked who I was to the patient.
“I told the doctor she was my niece. He asked me if I knew the consequence of what I was about to do, and I told him there was no problem. For the next one and a half months, I underwent another series of medical tests. The doctors at the hospital trashed the ones I did in Nigeria.
“While in the hospital, I was just not comfortable with the way things were going. I wanted to be sure if the money I was expecting to do this would really come, so I decided to call my friend who arranged the whole thing how much I was going to be paid.
“But before I called my friend, I called the client to find out how much he paid my friend. He (the client) was in Nigeria; it was only the lady, her mother, and me who were in India. He told me he had paid them on the day we travelled to India, and that was where the trouble began.
“I called the agent (my friend) and asked him why he did not tell me the client had paid him.
“My friend (the agent) had even seized my phone to act as a collateral in case I failed to come back to the country after the operation. When I heard he had been paid, I had to remind him that it was my life I was playing with, and he assured he would pay me once I returned to the country.
“The last stage after the medical tests was that I was taken to their local council to face a panel. They asked me again if I was ready for the operation that would last for 27 hours, and to know if I was ready for death in case it came. To all these I said yes.
“Unfortunately, the patient’s mother started treating me unfairly. She believed I had been paid. At a point, I had to tell my friend that I would not do it again if I was not paid. I even told him to go and give the money to my mother, though she did not know anything about it. But he kept assuring me the money was safe.”
Eventually, Martin’s kidney was removed and everything seemed to go well, but he later realised his woe had just begun.
He said, “After the removal of my kidney, I called the agent again to tell him to send me some money for my flight home. That was when I knew I had been used and dumped.
“He changed the tone of his voice and told me to stay in India. He started asking me what I was coming to do in Nigeria. I had planned to use the N900,000 to buy a bus for transport business here in Lagos, to start life afresh. That had been my thought all along.
“On December 2, 2008, after about three months of being in India and 10 days after the operation, I said I was going home. With no money and no good treatment from the patient’s mother, I was stranded. Even though I had the opportunity of stealing their dollar notes in their wardrobe, I did not do so. I could never do such a thing. I felt pity for the lady.”
On December 3, 2008, Martins eventually got a ticket to be flown to Nigeria and could not believe that he had been made to pass through the horrible situation for nothing.
He said, “I tried all I could, and from the money I had borrowed before leaving, I came back to Nigeria.
“My parents never knew where I went and stayed for almost three months. Things were really pathetic. I met a lot of problems at home which I hoped I could solve with the money I would get. On this same matter, I lost my elder sister who was pregnant because it was her money that I took from home, hoping that I would settle her when I return.
“The baby died, she too died, my world collapsed. Out of the N900,000 I was expecting, my friend paid me only N250,000. That was after I had threatened him. I could not involve the police because I knew it was one of those hard choices I made. That was how I was duped in the process of selling my kidney.”
From the amount he could collect from his agent, Martins was able to set up a football viewing centre, which has since collapsed.

Another person with a similar story to tell is Dayo. Not also willing to remain in financial mediocrity all his life, he thought the ‘mouth-watering’ offer Sola (same agent for Martins) offered him was not too small to sell his kidney. Afterall, he learned in Biology that man needs only one kidney to survive.

So when he was approached at the same time with his friend by Sola, he did not bother to consult with anyone before he decided he would sell his kidney for N1m.

Almost similar experience with Martins’, the same agent, who is also their friend, manipulated him and gave him just N500,000 out of the sum he bargained for.

However, the irony of the whole thing is that through some manipulative means, the agent told Dayo that he was also into travelling agency and that he could help him secure a visa to the United Kingdom, but the unfortunate thing was that Dayo did not think twice before he withdrew the whole money he was paid for selling his kidney.
He said, “I gave him the whole money he gave me back, waiting to fly to London. Up till now, I have not heard anything from Sola again neither have I been given any visa to travel. My whole life is in chaos now.
“I cannot even tell anyone in my family that I did such a horrible thing. I have been lying to many people who saw the mark on my body. Who will ever believe I sold my kidney for money? My life is ruined.
“My mother will not even believe it. In my desperation for money I have destroyed my whole life. I just pray that God will forgive me because this is something I have never told anyone.”
Dayo only allowed our correspondent take his back picture, using his right palm cover the stretch mark. He said his family and friends would identify him if they see his full back.

Professor Itse Sagay, a human rights lawyer, believes that organ trade is criminal and must be fought.
He said, “Definitely it is an infringement of the law against threat to human life. It is contained in the criminal code. It takes on a criminal hue. This matter should be investigated while the people doing this trade should be punished according to the law.”

The Ministry of Health’s spokesperson, Dan Nwomeh, said Nigeria needs to sign the proposed National Health Bill into law before organ trade transactions get out of hand. He clamoured for the prompt signing of the bill into law for the regulation of organ transplant in the country.

He said, “We hear rumours about the trade, but the truth of the matter is that we have a big problem at hand, and this is because there is no law regulating organ transplant in Nigeria. There is no law at all now, and what can the Ministry of Health do when there is no law?
“That is why we have been canvassing for the signing of the National Health Bill. If the bill is signed into law, important health issues like organ transplant and fertility medicine will be regulated. It will not be done in the secret.
“But while we are waiting for the National Health Bill to be signed into law, everything depends on the practitioners to do the proper thing. You cannot say someone who is into the organ trafficking business has committed an offence since there is no law yet that is against or regulating it.”
Nwomeh added that the Ministry of Health would continue to canvass for the signing of the National Health Bill into law.
He said, “The health minister and the Ministry of Health will continue to push forward until this particular bill is signed into law. Until such happens, there are bound to be shady businesses like that.”
Culled from Punch

97 comments:

APPLE said...

I wonder what Nigerians go looking for in India, They are EVIL just like the Arabs.

Bishop Dammy said...

Tricked into selling kidneys? This is more than funny! Things that happen in this life tho. Job 1:2. BishopDammy#

baby oku said...

Lord have mercy,how far people can go to make that Benjamins

Angie Cape said...

Act of desperation.!
Wait on God, he'll make everything beautiful in his time, not your time.
I hope others that are thinking of going same route will learn from this.

* My R1.50c comment *

ONYX GODWIN said...

things greediness cause... pathetic

glowy sofiscated said...

Hope lessons are learnt

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wilheminna moses said...

Ndi yoruba ekekwaa mu unu! Tufia!

Bonita Bislam said...

I've learned long enough that nothing is new under the sun but this is horrible.Organ trafficking? Choi.Hmm

Eugenia Ekeji said...

Oh. What men do 4 money. Short of words.

Steveosky 4 Real. said...

Oh God of creation !!

Angela Ezecheta said...

Wonders shall neva end. Moni dy say,z d root f all evil. I pity d 1st guy,May God help hm.

vera said...

I have learnt people in this world are wicked, ALEX ABUGO, you offended someone, karma will come in due time. The people you trust are the ones who do the worst, trust no one. Some people have no conscience

Meez Tiana said...

Things are happening.beware of those ur boysfrnds telling you they have a business in malaysia.this seems to be trend now.

Bold Kid said...

Mumu ppl. Did u forget d proverbial "Money for hand, back for ground"? Every choice has its consequences. #NuffSaid

Anonymous said...

Double wahala 4 dead body...

ΞS̤̥̈̊ƫƴ kudos said...

Hmmm. Dz so pathetic. Poverty is truly a disease btw dat Shola guy... Dnt kno what to call him

hilary obiorah said...

Too damn bad! That bill should be signed ASAP

#king said...

Tinz dat pple do 4 moni................................#KingOfKings

LEWA*EXq said...

Too badddddd

Anonymous said...

Why would someone sell their kidneys for money???something sooo precious and delicate!??Nah person wey dey alive dey chop money oh!!!!#cheEzyjayne

kelvin happiness said...

I dnt pity them igbo pple's desperate to make money

kelvin happiness said...

I dnt pity them igbo pple's be desperate to make money

carixdamsel said...

it is their kidney. i cant sell my God given kidney 4a dime God 4bid

carixdamsel said...

it is their kidney and their biz. I cant sell mine 4a dime. God forbid

Ebuka d said...

Its worst in malaysia ooo..our boys are killin dem selfs der..(All 4 money)Smh

Anonymous said...

Wow! What a story! I feel so bad for the first man, especially hearing his sister and her baby died.

That Sola ehn? Hmm, God will deal with you in His own time. Only God knows how many people he has duped and all the blood on his hands. Just so heartless, the devil has completely taken over his soul, but I bet he's a deacon in his church.

See what poverty makes people do.

Kimmy*****

Anonymous said...

tricked in deed,the same kidney they accused Malaysia boys while dudes in naija came to Malaysia hoping to sell there kidney and later got disappointed.

Anonymous said...

Ode...how on earth could they do this. They should have gone for rituals instead...mtcheew

Anonymous said...

I watched a documentary on CNN a few weeks ago where they deceived poor farmers in Asia, took them to India, removed their kidneys and gave them $30 each. YES (thirty dollars) and told them they will come back and pay them the agreed amount. But that was a big lie. Now they are all looking very weak and can't even do take care of their farms no more

Endy said...

This is so horrible..LSAT God forgive and help u guys.poverty is truly a disease

ed DREAMZ said...

a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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Some people are just big but senseless.... Selling my kidney for wetin...
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***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

Sarz Yinka said...

Nah him cup of tea be dat. Abeg next

ukwumaka theophilus said...

What da fuck!!! Poverty is a bastard and life can sometimes be a bitch. I won't give such offer ears, let alone thinking twice about. Desperation is a bitch.

Anonymous said...

Sister you too make sense

Anonymous said...

I don't c how dey were tricked into donating dia kidneys!!!dey gv it willingly,d only snag is dat dey were double crossed by d agent(wicked & evil bastard) our young boys shld stop dis do or die quest 4 wealth.. now d 2 idiots & oders who fell victim 2 dis scam without recourse 2 dia lives now hv 2 live wit d scar & no money...a gud lesson...

Anonymous said...

U r soooo stupid cos u obviously didn't get d gist!!!f***ing tribalist!!!

Anonymous said...

@ APPLE (first comment)did you read this at all?. He was tricked in Nigeria by a Nigerian for an operation in India where they discredited all the tests done in Nigeria and did their own to confirm the patient was suitable. The victim chose to lie to the Indian doctors.

Having said this, I'm sure creative legal minds can spin this in court without organ trade in the law.
Surely, there is a case for deception.

This is not just an African matter, illegal organ trade is everywhere!

SUNSHINE said...

Your stupidity back pikin.
Na one of your kinsmen them don give 7years imprisonment for drug trafficking.
Oloshi ajeokuta ma momi omo ale.

Anonymous said...

I have my doubts u read the story.

Anonymous said...

They were not tricked. They knew they were selling their organs.

Anonymous said...

its most unfortunate,but sola will be foundout one day...Ni'ima

Okoro said...

Moral: Money is the root of all things (Good or Bad)

Osho klinsmann said...

trust is really overated....I can't trust nobody with lifr...

Anonymous said...

I wonder if Sola has donated a kidney before. Oh, the ills of poverty.

Anonymous said...

Must u comment?bastard
Ola Brampton

Anonymous said...

@APPLE, stupid u, if is Israel u won't call them evil, if I ask u to quote d simplest verse in d Bible u won't b able to fool ( meemee ).

Julie Best said...

I can't just hold back my tears. What will happen to these guys if they start having issues for the cause of this operation, can they be able to fly them selves back to India for medical check ups ? When he said the doctor was asking him if he is ready to undergo 27 hours operation and bear the consequences and even ready to die if death comes, I was expecting him to say NO by that time but he still went ahead and said yes. What poverty can cause people to do, I refused to be poor in my life. What a poor menterlity that he wanted to use the money to buy bus for transport, just because of 900 000 naira ? God forbid I can't just finish imagining this

Titilola Okunfolami said...

I am just weak. People are wicked.

Anonymous said...

The guy funny die. He is covering a small hardly visible scar not to be recognized while his red t-shirt is screaming 'over here, its meee'. Its a pity when people like Sola get murdered, they still have people to mourn them.

Anonymous said...

Its greed! not greediness!haba!which secondsry sch did u attend??

Anonymous said...

Poverty is a curse. Bandwith poverty prevents you from being able to effectively use the part of your brain that controls executive function and decision making. Do not blame the young man. There is emerging scientific proof of that. lack of hope and real promise is a powerful incentive for erratic behavior and poor decision making

Anonymous said...

Money answereth all things, it is quite sad, what poverty would lead people to!!! I hope this Sola guy would be caught soon, because he is evil!!! No matter what I am going through in life, selling my organ would never be an option for me, this whole scenario just pisses me off!!! Whizman

Anonymous said...

Money answereth all things, it is quite sad, what poverty would lead people to!!! I hope this Sola guy would be caught soon, because he is evil!!! No matter what I am going through in life, selling my organ would never be an option for me, this whole scenario just pisses me off!!! Whizman

Anonymous said...

sad story

Anonymous said...

i pray Gid answers his prayers sha

Anonymous said...

everyday for the thief one day for the owner eventually they will catch the guy that duped him

marg sunny said...

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Anonymous said...

LINDA DID YOU SAY "TRICKED'? I BEGI! PROBABLY ONE OF THEM GREEDY NIGERIANS THAT WANT TO MAKE QUICK MONEY TO GO BACK HOME AND BUY MANSION. TRICK KO, TRACK NI! I BEG MAKE HIM PARK WELL!

Adeola Oba said...

All in the name of money, no work in the country and must must eat. May God forgive us and give us peace in Nigeria

Anonymous said...

God have mercy on us.

Anonymous said...

*sigh* Evil like the arabs? You, apple, are a dolt.

Anonymous said...

I have a solution. This is the rich preying on the poor. To the poor - you are being hunted. Wise up. Now, the Indian doctors probably knew he was not a relative. All you need to do is DNA testing and you will find out that they are unrelated. If they really wanted to rule out unethical practices and forgo the funds they were offered, they would have run that as one of the simple tests. So the doctors have violated their ethical obligation to the patient. Find a human rights lawyer that is international - do a google search- and email them to assist you sue the Indian hospital for allowing an unethical practice that has put your life at risk in their clinic. You may possibly get some money from that end. Every doctor takes the hippocratic oath saying they will do no harm. Also, go after the Indian embassy for permitting human organ trade by negligence of duty. They could have asked for the family to pay for DNA testing before issuing the visa. You see, when you are very poor, you have what is known as bandwidth poverty. There is now scientific evidence in supportof your inability to appreciate the consequences of your actions. Have your lawyer cite this paper (http://www.sciencemag.org/content/341/6149/976) as evidence that they took advantage of you because you were unable to fully comprehend the consequences of your actions. It is important that we start fighting these people who think that because they have wealth they can strip poor people of their clothes, dignity and now their internal organs, and then not even pay for it. This is demonic. There is a way out. If nothing else, you become a hero for other poor people who will not suffer your fate.

Esty kudos said...

Esty kudos says so

Akinov said...

This is really pathetic, ignorance is a serious problem here induced by poverty

onome said...

My nigerian people, how has povety tricked our minds from reasoning well. How can you sell your Kidney as a spare part. My dear you made a very bad dangerous decision that could have cost you your life. you are lucky the people only took one kidney and Notting else. How can you make a deal with the devil and expect to get change. you are lucky, God loves you. Just count your blessings including your one remaining kidney and give God the glory for delivering you from calamity. Please don't expose this idiot story of greed any more becos it just shows you have not learnt your lesson.

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Anonymous said...

poverty sucks man. we need a government that actually knows how to improve the economic welfare of its citizens.

Only building fine roads and beautiful estates doesnt replace good governance. That our politicians cant figure this out is simply amazing

Shina Shine said...

sorry man
life is all about choice
How much is 1M to kidney chai...







BORN TO SHINE!!!!

Anonymous said...

Money answers all things nko?

Vivian Chekwube said...

They are greedy fools nd dey call demseleves men?

Damochedxb said...

Evil bishop, how can you find all of these funny? I think you are a scam...

goodluck ebele Jonathan said...

Fucked up shit

ZeeZee said...

Wow - may the good Lord turn your sorrow into joy IJN... African leaders people are doing many things to better themselves please - help your people chaii

Anonymous said...

This is poverty to the highest order. Anyway,I pity those guys

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SEYI OLOGE said...

May God expose that Sola wherever he his before he does more harms to his other friends.

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grady general Hospi said...

Hi, We're looking for kidney donors, Very urgently. B+ve , O+ve and A+ve with India passports/ Voters card or Pan-card and age should be more than 20 years. Interested people contact me at Email: gradygeneralhospital@outlook.com
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Dr. S.C.Sood said...

Dear Sir /Madam,

My name is Dr. S.C.Sood. Am a Phrenologist in Max Super Speciality Hospital. Our Hospital is specialized in Kidney Surgeries and we also deal with Buying and Transplantation of kidneys with a corresponding Donor. We are Located in Indian, UK and Malaysia. If you are interested in Selling or Buying Kidney’s please don’t hesitate to Contact Us Via email: info.maxspeciality@gmail.com for more info.

With regards,
Max Super Speciality Hospital
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Dr. Walter Kumar said...


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Dr. Walter Kumar said...


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$280,000.00 USD, Contact us now on email for more details.

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Also call and whatup me on +91 812 390 7649

Dr. Walter Kumar

INDIA

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Also call and me on +91 879 264 2654

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Dr. Walter Kumar said...

We are urgently in need of kidney donors for the sum of

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We are located in India

Dr. Walter Kumar

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Dr. Walter Kumar said...

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We are located in India

Dr. Walter Kumar

Appolo Hospitals said...

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Dr. Walter Kumar said...


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Hospita for the sum of $290,000.00 USD, Contact us now

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We are located in India

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Dr. Walter Kumar said...


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Dr. Walter Kumar said...


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Hospital for the sum of $290,000.00 USD, Contact us

now on email for more details. +91 879 264 2654

appolohospital1@gmail.com

We are located in India

Dr. William James

luwiss morris said...


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Appolo Hospital said...

We are urgently in need of kidney donors

in Appolo Hospitals India for the sum of $290,000.00 USD,

Contact Dr. Dave Mark now on email for more details.

(appolohospitals05@gmail.com)

Dr. Walter Kumar said...


We are urgently in need of kidney donors in Apollo

Hospital for the sum of $290,000.00 USD, Contact us

now on email for more details. +91 879 264 2654

appolohospital1@gmail.com

We are located in India

Dr. William James

Davis Morgan said...

Do you need to raise cash for health care costs or paying debts or in a state of financial breakdown? Wait! Consider selling your kidney as an Option. If you wish to sell your kidney today. Message us immediately.A kidney is bought for a maximum amount of $400,000.00, US Dollars.The National foundation is currently buying healthy kidney.My name is Dr Davis Morgan, I'm a Nephrologist in the kidney National hospital.Our Hospital is specialized in Kidney Surgery and we also deal with buying and transplantation of kidneys with a living an corresponding donor. We are located in Indian, Canada, UK, Turkey, USA, Malaysia, South Africa etc If you are interested in selling or buying kidney’s please don’t hesitate to contact us via Email : artemishospital71@gmail.com
Need Genuine Donors.

Waiting for your responds…..
Best Regards….
Dr Davis Morgan
+917204843780

Hope Luwiss said...

Due to high demand of kidney donors, we are looking for male or
female who is healthy and willing to sell one of his or her kidney.
Contact us urgently via (hopeluwissmanagingdirector@gmail.com) We have a lot of
patients who need it. Phone: +2340966614986

Davis Morgan said...

A kidney is bought for a maximum amount of $400,000.00, US Dollars.The National foundation is currently buying healthy kidney.My name is Dr Davis Morgan, I'm a Nephrologist in the kidney National hospital.Our Hospital is specialized in Kidney Surgery and we also deal with buying and transplantation of kidneys with a living an corresponding donor. We are located in Indian, Canada, UK, Turkey, USA, Malaysia, South Africa etc If you are interested in selling or buying kidney’s please don’t hesitate to contact us via Email : artemishospital71@gmail.com
Need Genuine Donors.
Waiting for your responds…..

Best Regards….
Dr Davis Morgan
+919047411926

Sri Sathia said...

Hi,Are you facing financial Problem.
Are you willing to donate your kidney for money. we will help you.we need kidney donors in India. if you are interested kindly mail us to dr.kumarsaeed.in@gmail.com contact + 91 7875050276...

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