The former 7s tactician is currently admitted at nairobi hospital where he was admitted ago three weeks ago with celebral malaria complications. Ayimba, kenya's best rugby coach has been battling with celebral malaria off late. The ailment has kept him out of public since the beginning of 2021.For the last three weeks Ayimba has been admitted in the hospital.
He is currently admitted in HDU and for now he can't speak or recognise anyone .All this while he has tried to maintain his privacy and dignity but it has a reached a point where he need his fellow Kenyans to step up and help him raise the hospital bill. The family members have disclosed that Ayimba needs special treatment at the Kenyatta hospital but his 2.2 m hospital bill must be cleared first before being transferred to Kenyatta hospital.
The 43 year old is remembered for his successful reign as Kenyan rugby boss when he helped the team with IRB seven series in Singapore four years ago.
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