Kenyans out here have good hearts. When it comes to helping our very own, we give out generously the little we have. It has always been kenyans for Kenyans.
This was evident when Jalango hosted Harun Njeri on his show, Bonga na Jalas. Harun Njeri has a medical condition that has affected his hands making him unable to do anything. All this started while he was 7 years old as a small pimple. After 15 surgeries in Kenya, unfortunately the condition has become worse to a point the joints in his hands can't move anymore.
He is required to go to New Delhi in India for further treatment and the cost of the treatment is estimated to be 5 million Shillings. They had raised 2 million before meeting Jalango and that's where the story changes. Through Jalango generosity, he hosted Harun on Bonga na Jalas and asked his friends and fans to help Harun go to india.
A few calls from Jalango's friends who include his business partners, media personalities, politicians, musicians and celebrities funds started to be raised. Fans also were not left out in support as kenyans were sending through the pay bill number. By the end of the show, an estimate of over one million shillings was raised within an hour.
Kenyans can still help Harun go to India by supporting him through his pay bill number 8003575, account name Harun Gatari Njeri. Let's support our own. As Jalango says, Kenyans for Kenyans.
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