Action for M.E.

Muyiwa London 2024

Muyiwa Adebiyi

Muyiwa Adebiyi

My Story

Hello, my friends, my life warriors.

My name is Muyiwa Adebiyi. I am a lifelong Londoner who now lives in St Albans, I work on a daily basis to spread positivity out to the world with a can-do attitude and the mission continues, as always I believe I can do a little bit more, In 2022 I was honoured to represent Action for M.E. in my first London Marathon and I am delighted say Action for M.E. would like back in 2024.

Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (M.E.) is a long-term (chronic), fluctuating neurological condition that causes symptoms affecting many body systems, more commonly the nervous and immune systems. M.E. affects an estimated 250,000 people in the UK and around 17 million people worldwide.

People with M.E. experience debilitating pain, fatigue and a range of other symptoms associated with post-exertional malaise, the body and brain’s inability to recover after expending even small amounts of energy.

You can help with the fight against this condition by donating even if it's a small amount it will make a big difference.

I would like to thank you for your time your support and I look forward to seeing you in London on the 21st of April.

Action for M.E.

Raising for:

Action for M.E.
50%

Funded

  • Target
    £1,800
  • Raised so far
    £895
  • Number of donors
    39

My Story

Hello, my friends, my life warriors.

My name is Muyiwa Adebiyi. I am a lifelong Londoner who now lives in St Albans, I work on a daily basis to spread positivity out to the world with a can-do attitude and the mission continues, as always I believe I can do a little bit more, In 2022 I was honoured to represent Action for M.E. in my first London Marathon and I am delighted say Action for M.E. would like back in 2024.

Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (M.E.) is a long-term (chronic), fluctuating neurological condition that causes symptoms affecting many body systems, more commonly the nervous and immune systems. M.E. affects an estimated 250,000 people in the UK and around 17 million people worldwide.

People with M.E. experience debilitating pain, fatigue and a range of other symptoms associated with post-exertional malaise, the body and brain’s inability to recover after expending even small amounts of energy.

You can help with the fight against this condition by donating even if it's a small amount it will make a big difference.

I would like to thank you for your time your support and I look forward to seeing you in London on the 21st of April.