The former chief is appealing to friends and well-wishers to help raise sh1.3million to settle the accrued bill for his daughter fighting kidney failure.
“I have got nothing left after selling all my cows and goats in attempt to foot the bills, it's becoming so huge” Arupe said today.
The girl was a form three student at Kolowa secondary school at the time before suddenly developing serious health complication.
“Back in September 2020 she complained stomach disorder and then she was diagnosed for malaria and brucella, then she later developed swollen legs” he said.
The patient is currently undergoing dialysis which comes with a bill of sh10,000 to 20,000 per week.
Arupe said the hailing girl did not return back to school to attend her learning throughout this term.
He therefore appeals to friends and well-wishers to help them raise the money to off set the medical bill.
For M-pesa and more information he can be reached the said person via the internet
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