Churchill Show comedian, Akuku Danger, is now recuperating in the general ward, his friend Sandra Dacha has said. He has been in ICU since late December last year.
Dacha also expressed gratitude to everyone who has supported Akuku in any way during his hospitalization.
She added that the hospital bill is now at Ksh 2.6 M and said that through their fans, they have managed to clear Ksh 1.2M.
"Good news is that Akuku Danger has now been transferred to the general ward. The hospital bill stands at 2.6M but we've managed to pay 1.2M. So we have a balance of 1.4M and this bill is not final and it's subject to change until Akuku is discharged. We are urgently planning for a fundraiser because we don't have money as at now. Please aki mtusaidie🙏 Msichoke kutuma hata kama mlishatuma. You can send again and again."
Akuku was born with sickle-cell anaemia. Fellow funnyman Prof Hamo informed Kenyans in the past that Akuku has been ailing for years as the condition is hereditary.
"Many are the days he stood on the Churchill Show stage to make Kenyans laugh while he needed the joy," Hamo wrote while pleading for financial help.