Popular female Churchill Show Comedian, Zulekha Suchn has been battling endometriosis and is in dire need of immediate funding.
The humorous comedian has been battling the condition for a while now, but now needs to undergo surgery which is not pocket change.
On her Facebook account, she pleads with her fans and followers to be a part of the fund drive towards her urgent treatment:
Friends kindly help me raise funds for an upcoming urgent surgery that I have to go through.
I was diagnosed with #Endometriosis and I have been battling with the condition for sometimes now.
The doctor said it´s exceeding day by day and that I should go for a surgery to control the disease.
Kindly help me with anything little.
May Allah bless you.
Anything little one can offer, would go a long way for her.
The surgery is important for her condition to be brought under control.
In an exclusive earlier phone interview, former KBC presenter shared:
I´m supposed to undergo surgery today at Ruai community hospital.
The hospital was asking for Ksh 150,000 first.
An amount she needs to have gathered by the 10th of this month, if at all she will be declared ´safe´.
Further on, Zulekha adds:
I haven´t even gone to work, I can´t walk.
This condition is severe.
I haven´t left the house since Saturday evening.
The former Qwetu FM Presenter reveals:
I knew about my condition last year February.
Fans and followers amassed themselves on her Facebook page and their sincere love, support and Prayers for her are impressive:
itakuwa sawa my dear….David Darlington Wafula
Stay strong mama we got your back,,hugs❤️❤️Anne Kemuma
You will be fine sweetheart Zulekha Suchh.
Allah atajuafu in shaa AllahSophia Chinyezi
Name sake, I got you!Audrey Oyier MC Akish
Quick recovery mama! Praying & supporting you.Kavosa Bernad Musali
Pole sana, God will heal uRose Johns
Zulekha my dear ooh pole Sana.
DM your digits plzWerrex WillyNasio Chris Aslaksen
These are just but a sample of the comforting and supportive messages fans and followers shared with the witty comedian.
This comes in shortly after the 3-day yellow code campaign by Journalist Njambi Koikai who is currently in the US, battling the same condition.
Other Endometriosis warriors include: Elsie Wandera, Media Personality, Janet Mbugua, BBC Journalist, Ciru Muriuki.
June 14, 2019