4 June 2018

Kenya: City Music Producer Dr Eddie Hospitalised After Surviving Mysterious Fall

Music producer and video director Edward Omondi, also known as Dr Eddie, is appealing for financial help after falling from fourth floor of a building he lives in.

The chief executive of Dreamland Music is admitted in Coptic Hospital, on Ngong Road, where he was rushed after the fall.

He sustained injuries on one of his hip which had to be operated and is currently recuperating at the facility. He has appealed to fans and well-wishers to help him raise Sh500, 000 to settle the hospital bills.

News of Dr Eddie's accident was shared on social media by gospel artiste Jimmy Gait.

SETTLE HOSPITAL BILL

Speaking to Nairobi News, Gait said; "The surgery was done yesterday Sunday and it was successful and now what we need is a sum of half a million shillings to settle the hospital bill so that he can be discharged."

On what caused the fall, Gait was a bit economical with details but said; "I wouldn't want to get into details but what happened is that he fell from the fourth flour of an apartment he lives in. Luckliy enough there were people with him who immediately rushed him to the hospital."

Dr Eddie hit the news when he catapulted musician Otile Brown to fame before the two fell out. The music producer then demanded Otile to pay him a compensation fee of Sh1 million for breach of contract.

The singer turned tables by stating that he is the one who should be compensated Sh3 million.

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