A Ghanaian woman whose face was literally buried in acid has finally gotten help from Crime Check Foundation (CFF).
The lady whose name was simply given as Memuna is presently receiving treatment at the nation’s premier hospital, the Kole-Bu Teaching Hospital. Here’s what the CFF said about Memuna’s story on their official Facebook page.
By the grace of God, our dear sister, Memuna who returned from Saudi Arabia with severe acid burns has undergone the first phase of plastic surgery at the Korle-Bu Teaching hospital. Her nose which was flattened as a result of the burns has now been raised allowing her to breathe properly. We will update you when the next phase of her surgery takes place. Many thanks to all those who contributed towards the surgery. May the Almighty God richly bless you all.
CCF is a crime prevention advocacy organization that uses Life in Prison Documentaries to sensitize the public to the dangers of crime.
Their programmes include Crime prevention advocacy, petty offenders’ project, health check series, philanthropy (charity series), and ex-convict reintegration project.
The organization undertakes these initiatives through the screening of prison documentaries in schools, churches, mosques, communities, and other trouble spots in Ghana.