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MP Babu Owino finally breaks silence after DJ Evolve is discharged from hospital

by Monrose Murugi
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DJ Evolve (Photo/Courtesy)

Embakasi East MP Babu Owino has finally shed more light on the shooting crime involving DJ Evolve.

On Thursday 18th, DJ Evolve aka Felix Orinda was discharged from hospital after spending 6 months bedridden in Nairobi Hospital.

Upon being discharged, Kenyans raised alarm after seeing the bad state DJ Evolve was in.

He had been shot in the neck by Embakasi East MP Babu Owino at B Club in Kilimani.

However, Babu assured Kenyans that DJ Evolve was in stable condition and could be attended to at home.

Moreover, he claimed to have paid the whole hospital bill amounting to 17 million shillings.

While speaking to a local daily, the MP said he had catered for the full cost, after shooting the DJ.

“I sorted his (DJ Evolve) bill of Ksh 17 million and that is why the hospital allowed him to be discharged, he won’t have been discharged without the bill being sorted,” Babu said through the phone interview.


DJ Evolve was shot on January 6th and had been in hospital ever since the incident.

At the moment, he is able to talk but in a low voice. This is because of the multiple surgeries he underwent.

In March, the wounded DJ underwent a third surgery and had been recovering from paralysis before his discharge.

Last month, Babu Owino had said he had paid the hospital bills amounting to millions during an interview with comedian Felix Odiwour aka Jalang’o.

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However, DJ Evolve’s father said his son had an outstanding amount to pay.

He also clarified that DJ Evolve had been moved to the general ward.

“He has been moved to the general ward, but he can’t sit. His upper body is okay, his hands can move, he can talk, but he has a pipe in the oesophagus to pass out mucus. His legs are still unresponsive,” said his father.

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