Ever since Michael Gitonga was discovered late last year, he has become a bit of a celebrity in the country. The president even awarded him with a brand new car and arranged for lunch with him. He earned his name as the president's twin with everyone in the nation traveling to his home town in umoja to meet him. With all this blessings coming his way, Michael lost himself in drinking.
Michael revealed that he has an alcohol problem, an issue he has been battling with for a long time. He agreed to go to Serenity Rehabilitation center for the next three months, to help him quit drinking.
On a post by Carolina showed that Michael's wife, Angelica is requesting for financial help from the general public to pay the medical expenses of the hospital. She promised to be updating Kenyans on his progress.
There has been allegations that the president is planning to pay him a visit and even clear his Rehabilitation fees. This, however remains just mere rumors.
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