Man donates blood 98 times in 20yrs

Express May 08, 2010

PESHAWAR: 38-year-old Sohail Anjum has donated his blood to Thalassemia children 98 times in a span of 20 years.

The resident of Peshawar works as a plumber in a government organisation in Peshawar.

Anjum donated his blood for the first time at the age of 17, and from then on has been giving blood every year.

He said he is a poor man, and with little money to give as alms and Zakat, he donates blood instead.

Sohail said he feels completely healthy, and is aiming for a century of his blood donations.


Javed | 12 years ago | Reply Congratulations and best regards to Mr. Anjum, you certainly are doing a great deed and insha allah the almighty shall amply reward you for this I thanks you and understand your self less service being a father of a thalassemia major patient. may the almighty increase your tribe many folds in all countries
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