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By Paul Barasa | February 5th 2017


Events organizer Kevin Ombajo locally known as Big Kev was rushed to Nairobi Hospital for a life-saving operation that was to help him remove the brain tumors that have been affecting him for a while.

Big Kev has in the recent past undergone sixteen surgeries but they have not been successful.

As his family struggled to see to it that the ailing Kev is cured they have moved from hospital to hospital in Kenya and outside Kenya but his brain tumor has defied many doctors and operations.

A re-known Tanzanian Musician Kidum, visited Big Kev in the hospital to give him hope as he underwent his seventeenth Surgery.Kidum is seen singing to him and soothing him as he prepares to face the doctor's knife.

Kidum wrote this on his facebook account concerning his ailing friend this, “Big Kev on his bed in Nairobi hospital told his family members that he would want to meet me before he is taken to a surgery! First was Bruce Odhiambo who told me about a concert in carnivore about raising the funds for our friend Big Kev on this Friday but today Thursday everyone was calling me about the message Big Kev wanted to give me on his hospital bed. I couldn't hold my tears after he spoke to me. God has spoken to me through him. He requested this song Nipe Nguvu”

It is said that Kev wanted the Burundian musician to be beside his bed as he was being operated on.By doing that ,it was going to give him strength during this trying moment in his life.

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