There is hope at the end of the tunnel. Meida is living proof of this assertion. This comes after she had been suffering for some time from a rare condition known as Mandibular Ameloblastoma.
Meida is a well-known patient who benefits from the Rural Health Matters program. Phobia Ramathuba, the MEC for Limpopo, came to her aid and intervened. However, that was not the end of her problems; she still had to deal with the issue of a house. Her surgeon, Dr Itani Dikgale, requested intervention from the MEC.
The MEC approached the Collen Mashawana foundation, which did not hesitate but committed to doing more to serve humanity by working together.
MEC thanked the foundation and urged all South African business leaders to work together to improve the lives of the oppressed. Others could relate to the situation meida was in.
- “This illness is very painful, with me it started small as a cyst no pain nothing until my Dr did an x-tray and the cyst was operated on until now 8 teeth were removed after the operation.
May God bless you all for intervening”.