A 33-year-old man who has been residing in Kisii Town for the last one year has moved into the streets and media seeking a customer to buy one of his kidneys.
Michael Onyango Ombul a father of one who hails from South West Alego, Siaya County according to his national identification card said that he came up with the decision after trying casual jobs which have turned him a desperate man.
The young energetic man claims life has been unfair to him financially for he cannot sustain his family. Among the needs bothering him is to pay the dowry for his dear wife, buy land and take his kid to a good school.
Ombul claims the kidney is the only asset he fully owns left for him to change his life if he succeeds to get a well-wisher in need of the most expensive body part.
On interrogating him further, he says Sh1M is enough to release his kidney adding he is not only in need of money but also to rescue a patient who is out there searching for one.
According to www.kidney.org, it's important for someone with only one kidney to be careful and protect it from injury. This recommendation applies to anyone with a single kidney, including people who were born with one kidney and people with a kidney transplant.
In general, most people with a single, healthy kidney have few problems. However, some long term problems have been seen in some people.
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