Check Out Two Health Conditions That Trending Akurinu Boy Maina Is Battling With.
If you frequently visit social media you might have come across this trending boy whose name is Maina from the Naivasha area, he is a funny boy with a higher level of intelligence which seems to be higher as compared to his young age.
It was later discovered that Maina and his family were languishing in poverty and that is when people of goodwill led by pastor Karangu Wa Muraya decided to help this boy and his family by building them a good house which has already started to be built.
Now according to the video posted by a lady called Anita, she said she is taking Maina to Kenyatta National Hospital because Maina has been suffering from chest conditions that made him pant after a short activity or a short walk.
Another health condition that Maina is battling is their eye condition, he says that he cannot see an object which is a distance far, and also his eyes ooze tears when whenever he comes to a place with light.
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