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Fresh details emerge on DJ Evolve´s ´stagnating´ health

January 31, 2020 at 13:59
Fresh details emerge on DJ Evolve´s ´stagnating´ health

Recuperating Kenyan DJ Evolve´s health condition might still be unstable following reports from his father, John Orinda.

During an interview with K24 on Thursday night, the entertainer´s dad spoke of a surgery the DJ was to undergo this week, but doctors pushed it to Tuesday, February 4.

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Mr Orinda further disclosed that the bullet affected his spinal cord and due to his critical condition, doctors advised that he goes under the knife next week.

His spinal cord was badly affected. On Tuesday, January 28, he was scheduled for a surgical operation, but the doctors said he wasn´t in good shape to undergo the exercise. He is still in a critical condition and he has never spoken for the last four days but we hope for the best.

(from left) Mr John Orinda, his son, DJ Evolve and Embakasi East MP, Babu Ownio

Gratitude

However, DJ Evolve´s father thanked the legislator for rushing his son to Nairobi hospital in good time, where he received quality medical attention.

I thank Babu Owino for taking my son to Nairobi Hospital. I think he would have died had he taken him to a medical facility with limited equipment. So far, he has paid Ksh 800,000 for Felix´s treatment.

DJ Evolve´s dad thanks Babu Owino for saving his son´s life

Bail terms

The Embakasi East MP was released on a Ksh 10 Million cash bail that has sparked heated debate among Kenyans.

Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Noordin Haji challenged the bail terms which are to be paid by the politician, in installments.

Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Noordin Haji (left) challenges bail terms accorded to MP, Babu Owino (right)

According to the DPP, the bail terms given by the court are ´unacceptable´.

We are going for a revision. We agreed as ODPP and we have also written to the JSC. I cannot fathom it. First of all, I have never heard of bail terms that you are asked to pay in installments.

Secondly, my understanding once you pay the bail it goes to the exchequer. How will we be able to access the money to go and pay the injured party. It is really unacceptable, we want to exhaust all channels. This is an anomaly in my opinion.

 

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