Churchill Show comedian Akuku Danger is seeking financial aid to clear a KSh 1.5 million hospital bill. 

Speaking from his hospital bed, the comedian thanked his fans and Kenyans at large for the support and good will messages accorded to him since his admission to hospital. 

Akuki also pleaded with Kenyans to help him raise the aforementioned amount to foot his hospital bill so as to be discharged from hospital. 

“Thanks to everyone for the love, support, prayers. For those who have been showing me love, for those who have been contributing and those of you who are still contributing, from the bottom of my heart I want to say thank you very much and we are almost there. Just keep praying for me and I really appreciate you all,” he said. 

Dacha disclosed that the comedian is scheduled to leave hospital on Saturday, January 15 and he is expected to clear the bill before being discharged. 

“Urgent medical fund drive for Akuku Danger. He is to be discharged on 15/1/2022. Outstanding medical bill 1.5m. We are calling upon friends and family to help us offset the bill,” she wrote. 

{Churchill Show comedian Akuku Danger in hospital PHOTO/INSTAGRAM}

This comes exactly a week after Dacha disclosed that Akuku had made improvements and had been transfered from the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) to the High Dependency Unit (HDU). 

The actress also stated that his lungs that had failed are regenerating well and had dialysis done on his kidneys that got a small infection. 

"Akuku Danger has today been transferred from the ICU to the HDU because he can now breathe on his own Hallelujah! His 75% lungs that had failed are re generating well

"His kidneys got a small infection but they did a dialysis and they are healing," Dacha wrote on Instagram.