Journalist Omondi seeks your help to raise Sh6.5 million for bone marrow transplant

His medication has been stopped due to lack of finances

Omondi who has been receiving treatment in India was diagnosed with Acute Leukemia (blood cells cancer)

In a video he shared on social media, Dennis said that he has not received any treatment for four weeks now despite appealing for help from various institutions, and his condition is bad.

Dennis said the hospital has neglected him demanding that he clears a Sh1.5 million debt he owes and also raise the Sh6.5 million for Bone Marrow Transplant.

The father of one works for West Media and he was admitted in January 2018 at Kenyatta National Hospital before he transferred to India.

The Radio and TV Journalist is seeking help from well-wishers to help him raise Sh6.5 Million so that he can begin his treatment under the #200BobAppeal to the numbers below;

Mpesa Pay Bill 138182

Acc no.1222903350

Bank:

KCB Milimani Branch.

Acc name. Dennis Musindi

Acc no. 1222903350

Nancy Mwanza (wife) 0715958679 #IstandwithDennis

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