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Ghetto Radio joins Kenyans on the ground to mark World cancer day

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As the world marks the international cancer day, Ghetto radio in partnership with Ruai family hospital organized a free cancer clinic to create awareness on the disease.

The screening is currently underway at soweto social hall and a large number of area residents and Ghetto Radio fans have turned up for the screening.

Lower Savanna MCA Nicholas Okumu also graced the event urging thanked Ghetto Radio and Ruai Family hospital at the same time urging the public to make sure they are screened for cancer.

“Cancer does not choose the rich or the poor it gets everyone. I would like to urge everyone to ensure that they get tested for breast cancer, cervical cancer and even prostrate cancer.” He said

Residents of kayole have turned out in large numbers to get tested their cancer status

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The whole day event is offering screening for cervical,prostate and breast cancer.

The event was graced by area chief Cyrus Miriti as well as Ghetto Radio CEO Julius Owino alias Majimaji

“we chose to partner with Ruai family hospital to provide free screening to people in Soweto because they never get a chance to get tested in fear of expenses” said Maji Maji

Julius Owino getting screened at the event

Maji Maji urged the public to turn up for the free screening which will go on till late in the evening.

Organizing Officer Paul Okoth from Ruai hospital paul okoth reports that by noon around 200 people had been screened.