Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko Steps Up To Support A One year old Baby Girl In Urgent Need Of Eye Surgery

Nairobi Governor Mike is proud to announce that his team has come out to help a little girl in need of eye surgery. Through his social media pages the governor narrated how the 1 year old’s case came to his attention.

Baby Kayla

Apparently he met baby Kyla’s mum at Club 40 in Westland’s where she works. Knowing how Mike Sonko helps people she approached him with her daughter’s case hoping he would help. Through his Instagram page Mike Sonko narrated the story saying:

A case of baby Kyla aged 1 Year 4 Months who requires an urgent eye surgery in India was drawn to my attention by her mother Linda who is a resident of Kasarani Constituency. I met Linda at Club 40 in Westlands where she is an employee. While in the company of some MPs and other leaders, Linda came to me crying that I was the only one who could help her. She shared with me her problems on how to raise funds to take her baby to India for eye surgery. I was touched and volunteered to support her.

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However, yesterday on 15th Kayla’s parents met up with Mike Sonko who carted for their daughter’s surgery scheduled to take place soon.

Today she paid me a visit at my office and I undertook to cater for baby kyla medical bills for the operation in India. According to Dr. Fayaz A Khan, Chief Ophthalmologist at Lions Sightfirst Eye Hospital, Baby Kyla was born at full term through caesarean section.

According to the Doctor, on examination, both eyes were noted to be white and there was no demarcation line between the sclera and the anterior segment. Baby Kyla is now set for cornea transplant in India courtesy of Sonko Rescue Team. I appeal to all well wishers to support Baby Kyla through

How to help baby Kayla
For those willing to also chip in for the baby’s surgery here is how you can help. Paybill Number 771270 Account Name Baby Kyla.



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