Former FC Leopards striker Ezekiel Otuoma has been in and out of hospital with a motor neurone disease. The striker has been suffering from the disease that forced him to quit football at a young age. Otuoma needed one million five hundred thousand Kenyan shillings for his operation in Germany.
Through various media chanels, Otuoma and his friends asked Kenyans to contibute towards his medical bills, some Kenyans did their best but the money was not enough to pay for his medical bills. Even the flight money to Germany has been a problem for the striker. Otuoma was one of the best players for FC Leopards before being diagnosed with the disease. He has been out of football for years now.
Kenya's betting farm Odibets came to his aid by facilitating all his medical bills as well as supporting the business of his wife. Odibets announced the development through their site, a move that was hugely welcomed by many Kenyans.
It is the second time that Odibets has been supporting sportsmen who are facing problems.Through their partnership with Michael Olunga, they were able to pay for the medical bills of Patrick Matasi. We wish Ezekiel all the best ahead of his operations.
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