Odibets, under their Odimtaani Initiative, has come to the aid of ailing reggae MC Fullstop.
Unknown to many, MC Fullstop whose real names are John Maina, has been bedridden for the past few weeks.
Last week, MC Fullstop disclosed that he was suffering from a heart condition known as Labor Pneumonia.
“My sincere apologies to all fans for not being able to perform on radio, TV, clubs, or events for now. I have been unwell and currently admitted in hospital and undergoing treatment for labor pneumonia at the Nairobi West Hospital,” he posted.
Touched by the reggae MC’s plight, Odibets decided to clear his Hospital bill.
Through Odibets’ support, MC Fullstop was discharged from the hospital on Monday, November 15 after his bill estimated to be over half a million was cleared.
“We decided to support MC Fullstop who has been ailing for quite some time. As a brand, we are committed to giving back to the community and supporting worthy causes,” said Odibets General manager Dedan Mungai.
“On behalf of MC Fullstop’s family, I would like to thank Odibets for coming out and helping my husband, words cannot express how grateful I am,” said MC Fullstop’s wife.
Mid this year, the Kenya reggae fraternity and Odibets came to the aid of ailing reggae DJ Lastborn.
Benson Ouma popularly known as DJ Lastborn had been unwell for the second time.