Popular kenyan artist and musician, Otile Brown has joined the little Ayah 3day fundraising marathon which is aiming at raising the remaining balance towards her treatment.
Ayah Lundt popular known as little Ayah is a 15 month old baby who was diagnosed with SMA( Spinal Muscular atrophy) at 9 months. She needs the most expensive drug in the world which is estimated to cost 270 million Kenya shillings for her treatment and medication.Her family is pleading with kenyans to help her raise the remaining balance.
So far the family has managed to raise 168 million shillings and has planned to have a 3 day marathon on instagram live from 30th April to 2nd May to raise the remaining amount.
Kenyan artists and celebs like Otile Brown have started to join the marathon. Taking to social media Otile Brown has urged kenyans to help give little Ayah a cure through our donations. He noted, "if 200k of us come together and contribute kshs.500 each, we will give Ayah a chance to a life. Also feel free to donate any amount and share her story today."
Other artists and celebs who have previously joined in fundraising towards Ayah's treatment include, Wahu, Betty Kyalo, Erick Omondi, DJ Lyta, the Wajesus family, Jalango among others. Please lets all join hands in giving little Ayah a chance in having a normal life.
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