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Driver donates kidney to employer’s brother, protests unfulfilled promises

A Nigerian driver, Chimobi Nwoko, has been at loggerheads with his boss, identified simply as Akazue.NYSC  Portal

According to PUNCH, the driver alleged that his boss who deceived him into donating one of his kidneys to his younger brother, Osinachi, has failed to fulfill his promise of compensating him for the donation.JAMB Portal

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Nwoko, while narrating his ordeal on Tuesday, said said Akazue brought his younger sister, Deborah, to act as his wife, who signed the consent form at the hospital before the transplant.

After undergoing the transplant and being discharged from the hospital, he said his boss moved him into a one-room apartment in Mowe.

As reported by PUNCH, Nwoko revealed that one week after the surgery, his boss ordered him to return to work despite still recuperating.

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Nwoko said, “I was employed as a driver for Mr Akazue in November 2018. His brother, Osinach, had a kidney issue, so when my boss travelled, I was driving his brother to the hospital for dialysis every three days. When my boss returned, he called me into his office and told me that his brother’s kidney had failed.

“He said in the next one or two weeks, his brother may die. He asked if I would like to donate one of my kidneys for his brother and said if I donated the kidney, he would give me $20m, a house in America, and will also get me a driving job in America.InformationGuideNigeria

“I said I would do it and the next day, we went to the hospital where they ran tests and told me my kidney would match his. The next day, Akazue’s brothers, another of his in-laws, one Mr Joe, and I went back to the hospital, we stayed three days after which the surgery was done.”

He further stated, “All the promises my boss made me, he didn’t fulfil them. Whenever I asked my boss about it, he’d tell me not to worry, that I was still in his mind. On October 13, 2023, I realised what had happened and told my parents about what I was going through,” Nwoko added.

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He disclosed that, his salary was increased to N70,000 after the transplant, but he never received the full salary because N30,000 was always deducted if he missed any day at work.

He explained that his family lodged a complaint at the Zone 2 Command, where the Assistant-Inspector General, Muhammed Ali, detailed his men.JAMB Result

Akazue was arrested and when asked about the whereabouts of Osinachi, Nwoko’s counsel, Abdullai Dania, said Akazue told the police to go find him themselves.

The counsel said, Dania added, “This is stealing somebody’s organ. We don’t know what he used to hypnotise the man; if he is going to settle this matter, he should pay N500m to the victim. If he won’t, we will take legal action while the criminal aspect will go on.”

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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