Weʼve raised £20 to Help pay Seth Luvutse medical Kaimosi hospital. His hands are cut to the bone and jaw broken by robbers in kasavai village, Western Kenya
- Leeds, United Kingdom
- Funded on Tuesday, 17th October 2017
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Seth Wingira Luvutse is farmer in Kasavai village , Western Kenya. He, Has been doing a lot of work to empower people in the village by partnering with non governmental organizations to bring things like clean drinking water to the villagers however has been facing challenges. On the 10/09/17 at aproximately 11 p.m he was attacked by Thugs who broke into his house thought that he has money handed to him by an NGO . The thugs broke into his house cut his limbs to the bone , broke his jaw and left him for dead.He was taken to the hospital by the Local police. He is unable to eat nor speak due to the injuries sustained. His family has tried to pay part of his medical but cant afford anymore as the bill is still rising . He is waiting for his jaw to be reconstructed and have metal plates inserted into his limbs. I am requesting for well wishers to help by contacting the hospital direct 00254733758736, 00254721388277 or contribute into pay pal account
Any help will be appreciated as he is unable to pay for jaw reconstruction.
- 1 year ago
Ivor oloyo1 year ago
Thanking you for the support. God bless u. Having jaw surgery tomorrow at eldoret referal hospital
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Sep 19, 2017
Wishing him a full recovery
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Leeds, United Kingdom
Hi I live in the u.k with an African connection. Because of this I understand the difficulties some people in africa face especially accessing the very basic medical care. I travel alot to Africa and get to meet some of this people.I believe we can help humanity