The striker’s family had asked members of the public to help raise funds so that the footballer could seek immediate medical attention.
Former AFC Cheetah and Western asthma forward Ezekiel Ottoma will seek treatment for motor neuron disease after moving to online betting firm Audi Beat after offering to pay his medical bills.
Otoma is visiting local hospitals for treatment and her family has asked members of the public to help raise money for the fit to help the footballer intervene immediately.
Audi Bates, through its Audmitani initiative, will provide Ksh300,000 air tickets as well as medical bills, which are expected to cost Ksh1.5 million in Germany.
Since Ottoma was diagnosed with MND in 2020, his career has stalled, but now he has every reason to celebrate the gaming firm’s intervention. Ottoma’s wife will also be given Ksh200,000 to grow her business as she takes care of the family.
“We have visited Ezekiel [Otuoma] Agri Sai, Audi Bates’ country marketing manager, told reporters that when he went to Ottoma to offer financial support, he told reporters to bring him a message of hope and support him by paying his medical bill. Do
Ottoma’s wife Rachel said, “This is something we haven’t seen coming. We are praying and praying to God that He is here for us. I can’t say much but I can tell you about Audi Bates.” Thanks to everyone who has done it for us. “
Recently, former Sopaka striker Ronald O’Keefe called on Kenyan footballers to stay together and always help each other in situations like Ottoma.
“One of our own, Otoma, desperately needs our help. I can’t imagine what he’s going through. Like the current and former players, at least we can do what we can to help him financially, physically and spiritually.” Offer. ” Okot pleaded.
This is the second time that Audi Bates has come to the aid of a Kenyan footballer after Harmby Stars goalkeeper Patrick Matasi.
Matasi was involved in an accident with his family when he was on his way to Nairobi from his rural Kakmega home to catch a flight to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, where he was going to contact colleagues at the St. George SC team.