Vincent has painfully narrated how his wife abandoned him and their disabled child.
He claimed that they met and got married at a colourful wedding. After a few months, his wife got pregnant and they were happy to welcome their firstborn child.
Their son, Noah grew up well and neighbours always visited them to see him.
However, he developed a strange condition and his head started growing big. Vincent took Noah to the hospital and after several tests, he was diagnosed with hydrocephalus. This is a condition where the brain is filled with excess fluid where one needs to be fitted with pipes that drains it out.
During his interview, he disclosed that the type of surgery Noah needed was very expensive. Vincent claimed that he sold everything he had, including his house so that he could pay his son's medical bill.
"The money was not enough, but I begged the doctors to treat my son. Sadly, my wife left us when we needed her most. She left a note behind saying that she would watch her son die and that she was going to start a new life," he said.
Vincent has been taking care of his son all on his own. He carries him on his back, feeds him, and washes him, be he can't do anything for himself.
Noah's father pleaded with the well-wishers to help him financially so that he can take his son to a better hospital.
He further asked the viewers to give him food since he depends on his neighbours.
May the good Lord heal Noah and see them through.
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