The mother of Colonel Mustafa is currently fighting against cancer.
A list of famous personalities, including Robert Burale, Nameless, and Chipukeezy, have generously contributed to Colonel Mustafa after he disclosed that his mother is fighting cancer. Mustafa gained popularity as a member of the Deux Vultures group and was recently spotted working in construction.
Mustafa, who appeared tired and worn out, was observed transporting a blend of concrete using a bucket, which caused disappointment among many. He later disclosed that his mother has been struggling with cancer. During an interview with Mungai Eve on her YouTube channel on May 6th, he revealed that his difficulties began shortly after the conclusion of the popular TV reality show Nairobi Diaries. He stated that the show was affected by the outbreak of the coronavirus, which resulted in its cancellation. Despite this setback, he made an effort to assist his mother by taking on construction work, as he relied heavily on her.
Nine months ago, he discovered that his mother was ill. He was not with her at the time, but when they finally met and stayed together in the same house, he realized how bad her condition was. One night, she cried and writhed in pain, which prompted him to take her to the hospital. She was diagnosed with cancer, and he used his savings to pay for a CT scan. She has undergone six months of chemotherapy, which has been difficult for her. To avoid begging or stealing, he works in construction jobs. His financial troubles began during the COVID-19 pandemic, and he even had to live with a friend for almost ten months. Kenyans donated around 600K through a pay bill on his social media page, and former MP Jaguar and his friends contributed 1 million to help him.
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