The Nairobi Senator Johnson Arthur Sakaja is a modest and self dedicated politician who has the peoples interest at heart. Today he led the fundraising to offset the medical bill for former Rugby 7s coach and 15s captain Benjamin Ayimba who was admitted to Hospital High Dependency Unit following complications with Cerebral Malaria.
He had exhausted his medical insurance from treatment and his family was appealing for a raise of Sh2.5 million to help them offset the bill.
Various support from Kenyans and politicians have been received as President Uhuru Kenyatta raised Sh1 million to help in the fundraising as he called for support from other leaders like Kalonzo Musyoka, William Ruto, Raila Odinga, Musalia Mudavadi, CS sports Amina Mohammed and many more.
However, some Kenyans said in one of Sakaja's tweet;
@michael_omonde, "Uhuru 1 million, You 500k, Raila 1m and Ruto 3 million...Game Short."
@janenganga, "The government should clear the bill and cater for his and other legends bills. Its very shameful to see such sad appeals."
@ingwekennedy, "Thank you @SakajaJohnson for outing these other pretenders who only show up during funerals. Uhunye amecheza kama yeye, wewe na hao wengine wachangamke ASAP...
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