Popular Kameme FM presenter is a happy man tonight after Kenyans came to the financial aid of an 8-year-old boy from Nyandarua County. Kiengei highlighted the emotional story of the needy boy on Kiengei Live show that is aired on Kameme TV every Saturday.
He travelled all the way to Mbirithi village in Nyandarua with his team and aired the painful story of the boy who has never spoken since birth. Kiengei shared a photo on his Facebook interviewing the boy's parents and urged his fans to switch to Kameme TV so that they can listen to the emotional story.
"Jimmie Mwangi an 8-year-Old Boy Has never said any word since His Birth, This Painful Story From Mbìrithi Village in Nyandarua Engineer in on KAMEME TV now........, he wrote.
During the emotional interview, the boy's parents begged for financial aid from well-wishers to seek specialized medical attention that will help their son live a normal life. Most viewers were touched by the story and within one hour, they contributed a record Ksh 1.4 Million through a medical fund that was set up and the Mpesa number displayed on the screen during the interview.
Kiengei took to social media and thanked Kenyans for the overwhelming support, adding that he sleeps a happy man tonight . "Baby Jimmie Mwangi Medical Fund Now at 1.4M in one Hour, Kenyans are Good people. Pastor Ben Sleeps a Happy and a Blessed Man To God all this Glory is Dedicated.....
The famous vernacular presenter is a well-known philanthropist who uses his influence to change the lives of less-privileged Kenyans. He has participated in so many medical funds through his popular Kiengei Live show.
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