#SaveMeka: Rhythm FM Abuja-Based OAP Needs Funds For Kidney Transplant

Rhythm FM 94.7 On Air Personality (OAP), Meka Akerojola, requires funds to undergo a kidney transplant in India. In the past week, colleagues, family, and friends of the Abuja-based OAP, have taken to social media to ask Nigerians to contribute to his treatment which is estimated to cost between N8-10 million.

Earlier today, writer, public speaker, and Chief Strategist Of Japheth Omojuwa, twitted, “Relapse. I visited him at the Hospital and he is in need #SaveMeka.”

“Rhythm FM’s Meka needs our help. Kidney challenge. Donate via Zenith 1004157460 Akerejola Meka or FCMB 242796901 Meka Akerejola #SaveMeka,” Omojuwa also twitted.

Since the emergence of the hashtag #SaveMeka, Tweeps have been tweeting at Ben Murray-Bruce, Chairman of the Silverbird group, owners of Rhythm FM, urging him to donate generously to the course.

In an interview with Metropole shortly after an earlier treatment in 2013, Meka noted that as a result of his health issues, he tries to relax more and not engage in strenuous activities.

 “Because of my health status,” he had said, “my lifestyle has changed. I am not huge on clubbing.”

Sadly, his condition has gotten worst, as his two kidneys are said to be malfunctioning.

To help #SaveMeka, donate to:

Bank- Zenith

Account name: Meka Akerejola

Account no: 1004157460


Bank: FCMB

Account name: Meka Akerejola

Account no: 2427969013

 Credit – Metropole

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