‘I Sorted Him.’ – Babu Owino Speaks On DJ Evolve Issue

He is disharged

By  | Jun 22, 2020, 06:53 AM  | Dj Evolve   | Drama

Ever since DJ Evolve was shot by Embakasi East MP, Babu Owino and hospitalized, the MP has been in bad books with Kenyans and they have shot negativity his way each time they got a chance too.

Just yesterday as he celebrated Father’s day, they had to rain on his parade by reminding him that he almost took a man’s life and that DJ Evolve’s father has sacrificed a lot of time to stay at the hospital with his son during a very trying time therefore he should be wishing the DJ’s father a great day instead.
DJ Evolve who had suffered injuries to his spine after an almost fatal shooting in January at Nairobi´s B-Club and his family have not had things easy since the incident. They have been battling medical bills following several surgeries he underwent.

Despite being set free to return home last week, many wonder how he has been able to pay the hefty amount of bills since he has been in hospital for a very long time.

Now speaking to TUKO in regards to the same, the Embakasi East MP has come out to claim that he cleared the medical bill that amounted up to KSh 17 million. According to the young lawmaker, there is no way DJ would have been discharged without clearing pending hospital bills.
‘’I sorted his (DJ Evolve) bill of KSh 17 million and that is why the hospital allowed him to be discharged, he won´t have been discharged without the bill being sorted.’’
This is after the entertainer´s father had previously come out to state that his son´s bill was still pending. Babu further clarified to masses that despite media reports of the disc jockey´s unstable condition and frail state, he is actually improving and responding well to treatment.

Fans had raised concern after the DJ stepped out looking weak and tired, as he was being wheeled into an ambulance following his discharge from the hospital.

DJ Evolve has been receiving treatment from The Nairobi Hospital for at least 5 months now after the fatal incident of January 6, 2020.

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