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Private detective Jane Mugo appeals to Kenyans to help her foot hospital bills

Self proclaimed private detective Jane Mugo has appealed to Kenyans to raise funds to help her foot her hospital bill.

Through her Facebook page, the private detective shared a photo of herself on the hospital bed followed by a small explanation of how she ended up at the hospital.

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Mugo further informed her followers that she had undergone several minor surgeries and she was recuperating well at the Reale Hospital in Eldoret.

She noted that her family has tried paying her hospital bills but it is overwhelming for them as it as accumulated to the excess of six figures.

“I have undergone several emergency surgeries to stabilise my condition and I am now fully conscious but still under medical observation. My family has been gathering funds to pay for the hospital bill which has already hit 6 figures as of today,” Mugo wrote.

Adding;

“I am humbly asking for any of your support for my fundraising campaign for medical treatment since my card can only pay part of the bill. Any donations would be greatly appreciated. PAY BILL NUMBER 247247 ACCOUNT NUMBER 695008.”

This comes barely a week after Jane Mugo was reportedly kidnapped alongside some of her staff.

In a police report filed at Kondoo Police Station, Mugo claimed that her abductors blocked her vehicle using a saloon Subaru.

The suspects inflicted injuries on Mugo’s face and hands using a machete.

In addition, they kidnapped her driver, Kevin Okoth, and a passenger by the name Newton Manyana then made away with Mugo’s vehicle, a Prado.

“40 kilometres from Bungoma, I noticed a certain Subaru that was moving at a slow speed. They sandwiched me in the Subaru, they were 4 armed men. One of them removed a rungu from the car and started beating me up

“He hit me on the head. They broke both my arms and two fingers. They fled and left me lying by the road. I limped to the main road and a good Samaritan took me to hospital,” she narrated.

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The vehicle belonging to Mugo was recovered in Mumias while her driver and the other occupant were found dumped in Baringo county.

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