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Kenyans Urged to Support Medical Care for Protest Injuries

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M-Changa Africa, with their “Care for the Injured” campaign, is calling on Kenyans to help those hurt during recent demonstrations. Funds raised will go towards medical bills, rehabilitation, and other needs.

The current total stands at Sh19,468,430, thanks to phenomenal public support from businesses, medical professionals, lawyers, and ordinary citizens.

“We still need your help,” M-Changa Africa says, urging further donations to assist those seriously injured or hospitalized.

To contribute, visit the Defenders Coalition website at https://defenderscoalition.org/. They will ensure funds reach hospitals and clinics treating the injured directly.

Read also; Gachagua claims he was to be framed for protests alongside Uhuru Kenyatta

Apart from that, Betty Kyallo has also called for blood donations from Kenyans.

”Even as we mourn the saddening deaths of the victims yesterday at the protest. Let’s Help those who are fighting for their lives in hospital. Aching for a better Kenya,” she wrote

Kenyans have shown resilience in the demos and their voices have finally been heard.

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