Clara Wamaitha, well known as Cindy or Mama Stella has come out to seek for help. She is suffering from an incurable skin disease known as Vitiligo.for the longest time, Mama Stella has graced our screens in a program called Machachari which used to air ever Wednesday, 7:35pm, in Citizen TV. Clara played the role of a mother to Stella, who was an intelligent young girl. The popular actress has come out to plead with Kenyans to help her through the treatment process as she has been suffering from the disease for quite a while now. This condition causes white patches on her skin. She realized she had the condition while she left Machachari. The disease was already in its final stages in her body since she took time to realize. The reason she did not notice earlier was because she was busy shooting content for the program.
Her two children have really helped her in fundraising and she can’t thank them enough. Now, she is requesting Kenyans and all people of good will to come through for her financially for her to undergo treatment. For those who do not already know, Vitiligo is a skin condition caused by lack of melanin. It is a condition affecting roughly 1% of the world’s population. We wish her quick recovery. Thank you so much for clicking on this article. Kindly remember to like, comment and share it.
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