Citizen TV's Munai Generali Appeals Ksh2.5M Fund After Road Accident

  • Cast of Inspekta Mwala show on Citizen TV pose for a photo
    Cast of Inspekta Mwala show on Citizen TV pose for a photo
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  • Inspector Mwala actor and Radio citizen presenter Munai General alias Abdi is appealing to Kenyans to help him offset medical bills at the Aga Khan University Hospital.

    Munai is said to have been admitted to the hospital a month ago after he was involved in a road accident along Murang'a road in Nairobi County.

    The renowned actor is requesting Kenyans to help him offset a Ksh2.5million medical billĀ at the hospital.

    Radio presenter Munai General's medical appeal poster on his social media pages.
    Radio presenter Munai General's medical appeal poster on his social media pages.
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    "Munai General alias Abdi was involved in a road accident, his medical bills have exceeded his medical cover. We're appealing to raise Ksh2.5 million to offset the excess on the medical cover.

    "Feeling philanthropic? You can contribute whatever you can through his wife Anne Zephania," reads a poster on his social media pages.

    Ms Zephania told Kenyans.co.ke that the actor, who has not been on radio for a while, was still undergoing treatment at the hospital.

    "He is still in the hospital and he is still under medication," said Zephania.

    So far, she stated, the medical cover had catered for Ksh1 million.

    The appeal came just weeks after Radio Jambo presenter Ghost Mulee was discharged from the hospital following a morning accident along Waiyaki Way.

    The renowned presenter wanted to make the turn into Brookside drive when a public service vehicle rammed his car.

    "There were many people at the scene but I managed to take Ghost to the hospital where he has been admitted and that is why I was late to work," Jalang'o stated.

    According to a report released by NTSA, 2,689 persons had lost their lives between January 1 and September 30, 2020, compared to the same period last year where 2,655 lives were lost which translates to an increase of 1.3%.

    During the same period, motorcyclists and pillion passengers deaths increased by 44.94% and 19.44% respectively.

    The wreck of a van that was involved in an accident along the Nairobi-Nakuru highway on Sunday, October 18.
    The wreck of a van that was involved in an accident along the Nairobi-Nakuru highway on October 18, 2020.
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