Saturday, February 23, 2013

Tony Nathaniel Abady needs financial assistance to do a liver biopsy overseas

A young man desperately needs financial assistance to have a liver biopsy procedure in Australia.


He will need more than K50,000 to pay for the medical expenses, airfares to Brisbane, Australia and then chemotherapy.


Tony Nathaniel Abady, from Bogia District in Madang and now works for Boroko Motors in Port Moresby must go overseas to do a biopsy on his liver as this type of medical procedure is not done here in PNG. 
Tony Nathaniel Abady
According to Consultant Radiologist at the Pacific International Hospital, Dr. Pius Umo, who performed a CT Scan, Tony was diagnosed with a Primary Hepatocellular Carcinoma on his liver. His liver is enlarged at this stage but other major functions are stable. He will need to do a liver biopsy as the medical procedure will help assess the stage (early, advanced) of liver disease and infections. The procedure can also detect the cause of abnormal levels of liver enzymes that have been found in blood tests..


Tony’s family and relatives have already began raising funds in January this year. They have also opened a Trust Account #1010659033 with BSP at Wagani in Port Moresby and are now calling for assistance from the general public to help. The account name is Abady Tony Nathaniel Trust Account. 


More information can be sought from Ms. Naureen Mani on Digicel 70505648, Bmobile 76461510 or on the office line 3024518 or email: naureenm@borokomotors.com.pg. You can also contact Mr. Michael Asagoni on Digicel 71172555 or email: mrasagoni@gmail.com.


Tony is the son of Mr. Lawrence Abady Snr and Mrs. Roddy Abady, who were high school teachers in Malala Secondary and then Marianville Secondary School. He has three sisters and a younger brother. His sister, Thadreina Abady, a Senior Tutor at the Divine Word University has appeal to the general public to help her brother.


Ends.

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Unclaimed Cargoes

Just saw in the Post Courier, dated Monday 4th Feb, 2013, an advert for the PNG Ports Corporation about unclaimed cargoes at the port in Port Moresby.
If consignees, shipping agents and cargo oweners who wished to claim ownership of these unclaimed cargoes would have to show the following documents:

- Original Copy of the Bill of Lading (BOL)
- Customs Clearance Documents
- Packing List
- Cargo Invoice
- Cargo Delivery Order
- Permit to Land (PTL) for NAQIA

Well at least I learn't something today...lol