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#SaveMayowa alleged scam: Is this true?

The #SaveMayowa fund moved me, and i had planned that i will give my contribution as PositiveMate, before the it was announced that the money needed was successfully raised. I was happy not just for Mayowa but for Nigeria,for once the social media hype that has kept many young Nigerians idle is going to save a life.
But few hours ago I came across insinuations that the whole thing or partly was a huge scam!
The sources discovered that the whole fundraising for the sick lady was a scam. Linda ikeji on her blog claims to have been in touch with quite a few people, and they insist the family knew Mayowa was beyond help but still went ahead to raise money for her.
The  Ahmed Family in a statement this afternoon, said they are taking Mayowa to a hospital in Abu Dhabi but when they started raising money for her, they said they wanted to take her to Emory hospital, Atlanta, who had given them a quote of $100k. You will find the letter from Emory Hospital after the cut.
Mayowa's family did indeed contact Emory Hospital, Atlanta to make inquiries and they were told that they would make an initial deposit of $100k after which it would cost them between $3,000-$30,000 per session, and a patient requires between 10-50 treatments.
But as of today, there's no letter from Emory Hospital inviting her over. Mayowa does not have a US Visa and the cancer has even spread to her liver.
Some of Mayowa's family members are being detained at Area D in Mushin while they investigate the allegations.
I really do hope this will be investigated and adjudged false,it is too soon to kill the hope that could have come for others in Mayowa's shoes. Mayowa does not deserve this drama, even she were not to live, she deserves to go in peace and not in turmoil. I would like to give a thumbs - to Toyin Aimakhu for her contribution and efforts, I know she is a drama queen,but this was indeed a positive drama. She'll get an honorary membership from PositiveMate soon #wink.
Listen to it above, exclusively obtained by YNaija

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