Amir offers a life-saving treatment for 7-year old.
Ali Hassan is a seven-year-old boy who is from a remote village in the eastern region of Pakistan. He is unable to see out of his right eye due to a gruesome lump, and the lump has been there since years. His father, Muhammad Mansha had desperately appealed for the treatment of his son in Lahore where the sources for treatment are not enough.
Amir Iqbal Khan is a British Professional Boxer. He is also one of the youngest ever World Champions winning the WBA (World Boxing Association) title at the age of 22. Amir, on 2nd June 2017 has come up offering help to pay for life-saving treatment for Ali Hassan, whose life is in danger from a large tumour in his eye. The star took to his official account on Facebook asking for more information about Ali, whose story appears to be spreading very quickly; after reading his plight online.
Here's what happened next!
Ali has a large tumour that has engulfed his eye and is also quickly spreading over his face. His tumour appears to be noticeably affecting his nose and mouth. Ali also finds it difficult to talk. Reports of when it began are unclear, but medical literature assumes that he may have lived with the growth for years.
Muhammad Mansha, Ali's father has desperately appealed for the treatment of his son in Lahore.
Just one day ago, Amir took to his official Facebook page seeking more information about Ali, after reading about Ali's plight on Daily Mail Online.
Amir had a conversation with Ali's father, Muhammad and offered help to pay for surgery to remove the lump through his charitable foundation, Amir Khan Foundation. It was set up in 2014 and was designed to help children from the poorest parts of the world and also educating them.