Remember the university of Nairobi student who won the hearts of Kenyans when he reached out for help to raise funds for brain tumor surgery in India? Emmanuel Jadudi’s family is reaching out to Kenyans once again to help bring him home after he recently received another brain surgery in India.
In November last year, Jadudi shared via a tweet that he had been diagnosed with yet another tumor and needed to get it removed. He then traveled to India for the surgery and has been in hospital since. According to Jadudi’s family, the young lad is currently stranded in India following an outstanding ICU bill of Ksh 2 Million.
The family has shared a poster via twitter calling on Kenyans to help bring their son back home after he underwent the sixth surgery.
In 2015 Kenyans raised close to seven million to help him travel to India for treatment which was successful but the tumor has kept on rec-curing.
Jadudi is currently admitted at Apollo hospital in Chennai India where he was being treated.
“The family of Leonora Otiende and Jadudi (Emmanuel Otieno) request for your help in raising funds for our beloved brother who is admitted in Apollo hospital, Chennai-India for a brain surgery with an outstanding medicall bill. M-pesa paybill 47793 acc. Jadudi medical fund or co-op bank acc. 01100013582200 Evans Ouma (Jadudi’s father)” read a poster shared online.
Jadudi was also receiving care from the Africa Cancer Foundation locally when he was diagnosed with a second Tumor in 2016 which was treated before rec-curing in late 2017.