Ghetto Radio’s female reggae presenter,one Celina Njoki popularly as “Brown Girl” is appealing for blood donation from well wishers after she was admitted at the Avenue Hospital and diagnosed with Deep Vein Thrombosis.
Celina is in dire need of O+ blood.
Doctors describe Celina’s disturbing condition as serious as any other since it is as a result of blood clot that if happens in the main organs can cause death.
” Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) is a blood clot that forms in a vein inside a muscle. It usually happens in your legs, but you can also get them in your arms, chest, and other areas of your body.
It can be serious. It may make your leg hurt and swell. The clot might move and get stuck in a blood vessel in your lungs,brain or heart. That could cause organ damage and even death — within hours.
The main cause of DVT is poor blood flow. When it slows, blood can pool, which gives the cells a chance to stick together and start clotting. Someone whose blood clots easily is also at greater risk, ” describes healthwebd.com
The sultry presenter who hosts “Jamrock Doba” on Ghetto Radio has been and out of hospital and is now calling for blood donation from any well wisher of blood group O+.
“Hi my dearest friends. Of late, I have not been feeling well… I have been in and out of hospital, being admitted and discharged… Am suffering from (Deep Vein Thrombosis-DVT),” Celina wrote on her Facebook.
“If you can donate please come to Avenue Hospital in Parklands and ask for Celina Njoki at the female ward” she further added.
“BrownData Sadaqta”- as she is fondly referred to by her fans needs your prayers and not sympathy. If you know of a friend or anyone who is of blood group O+ and willing kindly ask them to avail themselves at Avenue hospital in Parklands and ask to see Celina Njoki.
You can also contact the office for further details.
Wishing our Celina a quick recovery.
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