Pamilerin Akinwunmi’s life now depend on financial assistance from the public as the 9-month-old boy suffers from an acute ailment.
Pamilerin, presently at the Federal Medical Centre, Abeokuta, was diagnosed of Dandy Walker malfunction which affects brain development.
Pamilerin was diagnosed of the ailment at the tender age of six months old and since then, his mother had been giving medical treatment to the child.
His weary mother, Adeola Omotosho, cried that her husband, Pamilerin’s father, died when the pregnancy was six month old.
Omotosho said: “When he was six month, I noticed his head size and the softness of the frontal part and he was diagnosed of Dandy Walker malfunction with Congenital hydrocephalus.
She added: “The Doctor said there is a blockage in his head that cause fluid stored in his head .The materials needed and surgery cost #500,000
Details of the mother’s account number:
Phone number: 08166816555
Dandy-Walker Syndrome is a congenital brain malformation involving the cerebellum (an area at the back of the brain that controls movement) and the fluid-filled spaces around it.