The Kenyan media industry has been hit yet again by a rare and deadly disease. After Janet Kanini’s breast cancer case, we have another media personality suffering with deep vein thrombosis.
According to Mayo clinic’s website, Deep vein thrombosis occurs when a blood clot forms in one or more of the deep veins in your body, usually in your legs.
Ghetto radios’ presenter Celina Njoki has apparently been diagnosed with the deep vein thrombosis disease. This is after the ever jovial lady had a number of hospital visits being admitted and discharged because of pain from her swollen legs.
In a post she sent to her fans, she pointed out that she is in dire need of a blood donor preferably blood group O positive. She also said that those willing to donate should visit Avenue Hospital in Parklands.