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-Appeals To Church of Liberia, Gov’t, Philanthropists & Others For Assistance 

Ailing Lutheran Church clergyman, Rev. Tarnue W. Kesselly, currently seeking medical attention in Ghana has called on the church of Liberia, the Liberian Government, philanthropists, and well-meaning individuals, to assist him by providing a kidney that will enable him survive.

Suffering from kidney malfunction, the Lutheran Church clergyman presently being attended to in Accra, Ghana got sick more than a year ago in Lofa County while on pastoral duties at the St. John’s Lutheran Church in Zorzor, Lofa County, family sources said.
Since 1998, Rev. Kesselly served several congregations and institutions of the Lutheran Church in Liberia with passionate devotion in Ganta, Nimba County and Kakata, Margibi County before his assignment in Lofa County where he served for many years before falling ill
About US$35,000 is urgently needed to carry on a kidney transplant on Rev. Kesselly, who in his early 50s, according to family members. “The degree of his health has become grave and has deteriorated to the extent that he now survives on dialyses, the cost of which the family says is becoming unbearable for them,” the family says.
They have called on every well-meaning Liberian to assist in whatever way they can to save a dying soul. Accordingly, the family can be reached through the following contacts 0886- 540-314/0880-309-424 /0777-540-314 / 0770-184-663/ 0886-427-663 /0770-155-367.

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