• He got saved but never announced it, coz he wasn't acting due to injuries.
• He was in ICU for four months. The medical bill came to Sh6 million
Actor Luwi Capello is back in the acting industry after a horrible accident.
He spoke to Oga Obinna in the Kula Cooler show where he described how the accident affected his life.
"I was in a very bad accident, so many people dont know ina affect brain yangu, my brain was swollen mpaka ndani, upto now I still use medication, " he described his short-term memory.
"Right now I've improved it used to be very bad for instance I can be eating and in the next few minutes I forget what I was eating".
This forced him to drop out of broadcasting school
"Sikuweza kumaliza coz siwezi shika I read then forget" he shared
The accident happened during the Mayweather fight. He was headed to Malindi to watch the fight and they were drinking, very excitedly talking about looking forward to watching the boxing match.
There were 4 occupants in the vehicle. One was sober and told to drive. Luwi sat behind, and near Kilifi he saw a cat approaching the vehicle directly, not crossing the road
"Alipoona paka gari ika turn rolling three times before hitting a coconut tree which hit me on the head "
All the other passengers escaped unhurt. Only Luwi suffered injuries that saw him hospitalized.
"My head was swollen and I was bleeding internally"
He added "I feel like this accident opened up a lot for me. During that hat time nilikuwa na maringo najidai plus money"
"Hio accident ilinituliza hivi I thank God I had an accident coz it changed my perspective on how I see life"
These changes made him realize he had fake friends, who only used to hang out with him at parties and be bought for drinks.
"Nilirudi home, sina hata bob I was going through physiotherapy that's when I knew the real people in my life"
He got saved but never announced it, coz he wasn't acting due to injuries.
He was in ICU for four months. The medical bill came to Sh6 million. "That was a very trying time for me, but Kenyans came through for me. I am thankful"