Here’s How Billionaire Kevin Okyere Desperately Tried To Unsuccessfully Save His Friend’s Life

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Kevin Okyere has a little advice for us.

He wrote a story on his Instagram page narrating how he helped a friend pay for his medical bills but the friend eventually died.

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Kevin Okyere ended his story by urging us all to do things that bring joy to others without a guaranteed return to us.

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Here’s what he said:

“A little while ago I supported a gentleman, a dear friend actually, who was diagnosed with stage 4 gastric cancer. No expenses were spared for the best treatment and the highest level of care which we found in Johannesburg, South Africa, through our Internal Medicine Specialist here in Ghana.
After traveling to Johannesburg, securing the best doctors at Wits Donald Gordon Medical Centre and surgically removing the tumor, all seemed to be going very well and my friend was officially in remission. Unfortunately, a year later, after feeling unwell again, he was informed that his cancer returned and he was sent back to the Johannesburg hospital again. The prognosis was not positive and sadly but thankfully without much suffering, he soon passed away.
One might regret investing about $100,000 only for things to turn out contrary to what you had hoped and prayed for. However, the precious moments added to his life, the quality time spent with his family and friends after his renewed appreciation of all around him – that last year of his life has no price tag.

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I urge us all to do things that brings joy to others without a guaranteed return to us.”

 

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A little while ago I supported a gentleman, a dear friend actually, who was diagnosed with stage 4 gastric cancer. No expenses were spared for the best treatment and the highest level of care which we found in Johannesburg, South Africa, through our Internal Medicine Specialist here in Ghana. After traveling to Johannesburg, securing the best doctors at Wits Donald Gordon Medical Centre and surgically removing the tumor, all seemed to be going very well and my friend was officially in remission. Unfortunately, a year later, after feeling unwell again, he was informed that his cancer returned and he was sent back to the Johannesburg hospital again. The prognosis was not positive and sadly but thankfully without much suffering, he soon passed away. One might regret investing about $100,000 only for things to turn out contrary to what you had hoped and prayed for. However, the precious moments added to his life, the quality time spent with his family and friends after his renewed appreciation of all around him – that last year of his life has no price tag. I urge us all to do things that brings joy to others without a guaranteed return to us. • • • #BlessedtoBeABlessing #africaleads #leadersofafrica #dountoothers #kevinokyerefoundation #kevinokyere #entrepreneur #entrepreneurlife #leadersoftoday #leadbyexample

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