Journalist Lewis Konoe Makes SoS Call: “Please Save My Son’s Life”
Journalist Lewis E.B Konoe is seeking urgent financial assistance locally and internationally to have his oldest son, Saryor, get urgent international medical attention.
Saryor, a senior student at the University of Liberia, is suffering from liver infection and needs urgent international medical care to save his life. Saryor is a 2012 graduate of the Soltiamon Christian School in Sinkor, Monrovia.
Currently, according to medical reports from ELWA, John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital (JFK), Ever-Living and Neo-Life medical centers, Saryor is suffering from liver infection, which has caused his stomach to become swollen, resulting into continued pain daily in the stomach and the back.
ELWA medical report states that Saryor has cancer affecting his liver, which has led to the swollen stomach and regular daily pain, mainly in his back. The ELWA medical report also mentioned that Hepatitis B is affecting the liver. JFK did a medical checkup twice and confirmed that he has Hepatitis B.
Neo-Life medical report points out Hepatitis B and huge amounts of grease (fats) around his liver, and Forever Living also mentioned Hepatitis B.
Journalist Konoe, who is now the Communications Director at the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority (NaFAA), is quoted as saying, “From all indications, the need to have Saryor seek urgent international medical treatment is clearly seen as his condition worsens daily.” Konoe cried that his son Saryor “doesn’t sleep at night, and the pain is ever increasing, leaving his mother, brothers and sisters and I with no other alternative but to join in his agony during night hours”.
Director Konoe further mentioned in tears that “Saryor’s medical situation was noticed after he was sent to the Omega Community Clinic in March 2021 when he complained of malaria symptoms. There, following a lab test, it was discovered that he has Hepatitis B and was recommended to ELWA after a previous round of Hepatitis B test at JFK, earlier in 2020, before his condition became worse.
Konoe explained that Saryor in March 2021 started to noticed a little pointed growth internally, which claimed their immediate attention and he was sent to the Omega Community Clinic for another round of checkup.
He is also quoted as saying, “It is so painful to witness your son in his mid-twenties dying or knowing that he is at the verge of death, going through all-day pain, highly difficult to control, as there is no pain killer to calm the situation.” Sayor’s mother shouted in tears, “Oh, my husband and I are also dying slowly, my people. Please save my son’s life. He is dying in our hands, right in the home.”
The NaFAA Communications Director observed that his family can be reached through cell number: 0886-232-522, 0777-201-667, 077-00-39-589, or through firstname.lastname@example.org.