Dennis Oliech’s message after his mum passed away

The footballer has broken his silence.

The matriarch had developed breathing complications and was being rushed to hospital when she passed on.

A week after her unexpected passing, Dennis has made his first post on his Instagram page. This was a message to inform people about his mum’s fundraiser.

“We will have a fundraiser at Mama Oliech Restaurant Marcus Garvey Road, Hurlingham towards Mama Oliech Funeral proceedings on Tuesday 31st July 2018 starting from 5 pm till late. Please bear with us, you are all welcomed,” Read the message.

Prior to Mama Oliech’s passing, the footballer had been imperative in providing funds and finding a doctor in France who treated the late Mama Oliech from 2013 to 2016.

“He has helped us whenever he can when it comes to family projects. However, all his siblings are stable and have families and jobs of their own. When I was battling Lymphoma Cancer, he played a big role in making sure I got well. He found a doctor in France who treated me from 2013 to 2016.He spent huge amounts of money. Now I am well, I just attend physiotherapy. Also, he supported me to open a second branch of Mama Oliech and a pub at Dagoretti Centre,” Mama Oliech disclosed to people Daily in an earlier interview.

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