A nation’s decency put to the test: decision due on transplant patient’s perilous removal to Nigeria

In 2004, Roseline Akhalu entered the UK legally on a student visa to study a Masters Degree at Leeds University. While studying she became seriously ill and it transpired that she had developed End Stage Renal Failure. Following a period of dialysis, she received a kidney transplant. The NHS saved her life.

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