Family of Kenyan boy locked up in India over hospital bill appeals for help

January 12, 2017 2:15 pm
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Contributions can be sent via MPESA PAYBILL No. 836325 Account JUNIOR
She can also be reached on +917 567 662 302 or through her family member Elijah +254 721 979 214/FILE

, NAIROBI, Kenya, Jan 12 – A mother and her 12-year-old son, Benjamin are locked up at a hospital in India after failing to clear their bill.

They flew to India last November to undergo an operation to remove a growth on Benjamin’s knee.

But after the operation in November, they have since been locked at the hospital over the unpaid bills.

Capital FM News highlighted the story but unfortunately, the family did not manage to raise the money required.

The hospital however, agreed to treat them in the hope they would raise the money since the surgery was urgent.

READ: 12-year-old Cancer patient pleads for help to raise Sh3mn

His mother on Thursday urged and appealed to well-wishers to come to their aid so that they could be released to return home.

“We are locked up in India because of a hospital bill amounting to Sh2.4 million. We are unable to settle the bill for my son who has cancer. I kindly request for your assistance, thank and May God bless you,” she pleaded.

Contributions can be sent via MPESA PAYBILL No. 836325 Account JUNIOR

She can also be reached on +917 567 662 302 or through her family member Elijah +254 721 979 214.
Any help given to her will be highly appreciated.

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