Gospel musician, Hannah Marfo has narrated how she survived a sickness which claimed her neighbour’s life.

According to the "Eye Nyame" hitmaker, she fell sick for three months but survived through the 'grace of God'.

She was speaking about her 17-year-old daughter who needs GHC43,000 for surgery on Hitz FM on Thursday, July 5, when she shared her encounter.

Hannah disclosed that her daughter, whose name wasn't mentioned in the interview, has been diagnosed with scoliosis (abnormal curvature of the spine) and needs immediate treatment.

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“I fell ill from a disease which killed our neighbor within the space of 3 months. I am alive today by the grace of God," she disclosed.

She continued: "Currently, 2nd child is in a critical health condition. She was diagnosed with Scoliosis (abnormal curvature of the spine) since 2016. Doctors demanded GHC43,000.”

She added that she has been able to raise a portion of the money through donations from loved ones. She, however, solicited support from the general public to save her child’s life.