Public has been called upon to extend their hands by contributing finance to enable bill out kenya's rugby player Benjamin Ayimba.
Benjamin Ayimba has been in and out of hospital since 2020 after being diagnosed with celebral malaria.Ayimba's condition has worsened rapidly and he needs public's help more than ever. The family has exhausted all the available resources until it's financially unstable thus calling for well wishers to help contribute towards getting the legend with the best treatment as possible. Ayimba's medical bill stands at over 2 million.
Benjamin Ayimba is our rugby legend who should not be left to suffer. Ayimba's reign in the Kenya national rugby team has seen Kenya go place as far as rugby is concerned.Benjamin Ayimba has done the best in our rugby.Ayimba's quick recovery will be a benefit to our rugby national team.
The Ayimba's story calls upon the Kenya Rugby Association to initiate in place mechanisms such as creating money insurance that will see the life of such legend is not at risk upon there retirement.
Let's pull together and help Ayimba.
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