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13-year-old boy social media raised $30,000 to help undergo a brain tumour surgery has passed on

Thirteen year old Michael Kofi Asiamah who received massive social media support to raise funds for his brains surgery has died.

His mother Cordelia Ama Selormey, gave the latest update via Facebook.

According to her, the surgery was successful and he was healing fast.

But this evening, he complained of chest pain and that was the end.

She posted;

“Where do I start? How do I tell it?

The pain is so overwhelming…the tears, uncontrollable.

We walked into Korlebu a few weeks ago as mother and son.

My only son…

My deepest affection.

The best and most important thing that ever happened to me.

My best friend and partner for the past 13 years!

Micheal why?

We did everything we could.

Michael had his surgery and it was very successful. He was talking, eating and making a beautiful recovery. We were happy…but that joy was earlier this evening, in less than 20 minutes just snatched away…

Michael had finished eating and was being prepped for bed by the attendees. He complained of a pain in the chest and just like that, my baby was gone!

My Michael is gone.

They won’t even mention his name no more. He has a number now.

I will walk out of this hospital alone….

Go home alone…

This is hard!

But all the same I came to thank you again. At least when we came to you for help, you didn’t hold back. Michael is grateful. I am very grateful.

Thank you.

I’ll hold on to the few good memories we made in his short time on earth and continue to pray that the sun shines tomorrow.”

May his young soul rest in peace.

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