Not everyone survives kidney failure, so after a successful kidney transplant, radio and television personality Abigail Ashley has decided to thank God with a song titled, Aseda Ndwom.
On Aseda Ndwom featuring TMI, Abigail thanks God for sparing her life after surviving complications of kidney failure for over a decade.
“It is not everyone who survives kidney failure and gets back on her feet as it miraculously happened to me. It hasn't been easy since 2007 when I was diagnosed with chronic kidney failure.
“I went through various treatments till a kidney transplant in December 2019. It has not been a total recovery but God is seeing me through this phase so Aseda Ndwom is to thank Him for sparing my life from a health condition that many have lost their lives to,” she said.
Aseda Ndwom takes listeners through a time of sincere gratefulness to God. Abigail doesn’t shy away that her current good health was the making of God.
She uses her story to encourage people to seek divine intervention in very difficult moments.
“Music is a universal language and my song is my way of saying thank you to God for bringing me this far. Also, I love how music gives me room to express my emotions,” she noted.
Abigail Ashley is a television presenter, a radio host, a health advocate and the project leader and founder of Behind My Smiles Foundation, a non-governmental organisation that focuses on kidney health education.
In 2017, she was listed in the 50 Young Most Influential People in Ghana by Advanced Media.
In 2016, 2017 and 2018, Abigail, who is host of Mo Ho Y3, won the Health Legends' Award and in 2020, she was also honoured with Social Media Health Advocate of the Year award for using social media to promote health care and healthy lifestyle.
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