A man living with an amputated leg has spoken about that challenges that he has been facing. Stephen Ndichu a resident at Kariguini in Kandara, Murang’a county developed a pimple aon his left leg which grew to abog wound with time. For two decades he lived in pain since the attempt to seek medical attention proved futile. Later on his leg was amputated since the wound could not get healed.
Speaking to K24, Steven said that his wife left him saying that she could not bear with the stenchy smell that was emanating from the wound which made his leg to rot. He has been living alone and has been doing casual job to earn a living. He has been digging while seated since he finds it challenging to perform his tasks while standing on on leg.
Steven is now pleading with well-wishers to chip in and help him raise Ksh. 100,000 to secure a prosthetic leg which will enable him to walk while doing his duties. "The artificial leg goes for Ksh100,000 which is too high for me to raise and I am appealing to well-wishers to come to my aid, " Steven told K24.
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