Artist Health: UK-based DJ Abrantee Suffers Stroke – Here is How to Support his Go Fund Me Page

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AML artists, health is wealth and the most important thing you have. So, do your very best to take care of your health. Here is the latest news reaching AML regarding popular British Ghanian DJ, DJ Abrantee who has put so many acts and talents on. It’s from his GoFundMe page. 

-Ms. Uduak

“Thank you for clicking the link to the GofundMe page we have created to give close friends, family and colleagues an opportunity to also support with messages or small donation to support our dear brother, friend, father, son, uncle as he endures the biggest challenge of his life after suffering a Stroke at home on the 12th August 2017 and has been in hospital recovering for the past 8 months. Upon discharge, he will continue his rehabilitation from home and care privately. We sincerely appreciate your love, concern, time, contribution, support and prayers! Please feel free to leave him a short message along with your contributions; however little. The

Please feel free to leave him a short message along with your contributions; however little. The affects of Strokes: A stroke is a serious life-threatening medical condition. There are approximately 152,000 strokes in the UK every year. That is more than one every five minutes. People who survive a stroke are often left with long-term problems and some people need a long period of rehabilitation before they can recover their former independence, while others never fully recover and need support adjusting to living with the effects of their stroke. Many people have expressed their desire to help in one way or the other but our focus has been

Many people have expressed their desire to help in one way or the other but our focus has been solely on his well-being and recovery over the months. However, as his recovery has been nothing short of a supernatural miracle, we want to share his journey with you and invite you to support his rehabilitation to reduce the impact, launch a campaign to raise awareness and settle back into the world following his discharge.

You can leave all your messages of love and well wishes right here.

For more information contact:
Agnes Boateng (Mother)
Denise (Partner) 07415 743 254
Jackie (Cousin) 07956 953 039
Marlon (Brother) +44 (0) 7415 368 843 should you have any questions or updates on his progress.”

Visit his GoFundMe page. 

 

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