Actor Andrew Muthure, better known as Mustafa is a familiar face in the local drama series Mother in Law which airs every Sunday at 7:30 pm on Citizen TV. Away from the cameras, Andrew is a soft-spoken gentleman with a big heart for helping and this was evident after he took the initiative to personally support Baby Neillah Zuri Mirera who has been battling a rare condition for the last three years.[Photo courtesy]
If you are not familiar with Baby Neillah, she is a beautiful 3-year-old baby who suffers from Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) Type 1, a genetic disorder characterized by weakness and wasting (atrophy) in muscles used for movement. The baby needs a lot of care including a ventilator as the condition has made it difficult to get air into her lungs meaning she cannot breathe easily.[Photos courtesy]
The story resonated with Mustafa and out of his generous acts he has decided to financially support the baby with the help of other Kenyans. He seeks to raise 3 Million shillings to make baby Neillah's stay more comfortable. You can watch the video on this link.
Here are some of the reactions by netizens.[Photos courtesy]
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