Woman who fell off a skyscraper to get reconstructive surgery using skull preserved in her stomach

25yr old Rose Mbula left Kenya in November
2014 for India in search of greener pasture
before she mysteriously went off the radar
only for her mother to get a call from the
Kenya High Commission in India who told
her that Rose fell off a skyscraper and
shattered her skull.
She went into surgery immediately to stop
the bleeding but the skull had to be
preserved in her stomach for future
retrieval. According to Rose Mbula’s aunt,
Florence Ndolo, the family requires Sh1
Million to retrieve part of her skull from her
stomach in order for a reconstructive
surgery to be conducted. The Commission
could only cater for the emergency surgery
cost and not the operation that would follow
because apparently Ms Mbula had not
registered with them upon moving to India.
“Rose lost her memory in the incident
and we hope that we will raise enough
money to cater for her therapy. So far
we have managed to get Sh143,000
and we hope to achieve the Sh1M
goal.” said the aunt told Kenya.co

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