We Have Never Seen Babu Owino Since DJ Evolves Shooting! Evolves Mother Reveals[VIDEO]
Jun. 30, 2020
The mother to Felix Orinda aka DJ Evolve who was shot by Embakasi East Member of Parliament on January 17th 2020, on Monday 29th June revealed some unknown truths to Kenyans about the sad incident that happened to her son.
Speaking during an exclusive interview with NTV, DJ Evolve's mother revealed that they had never seen Babu Owino since the incident took place. Responding to the question of whether she had ever spoken to MP Babu Owino, this is what she had to say
"I have never seen him, we have never talked, and the pain that I feel is unexplainable".
Regarding DJ Evolve's bill, his mother revealed that Babu had paid up to 7 Million, in regards to the agreement they had with the hospital. There is still a 10 million balance, but Evolve's mother has revealed that Babu is taking care of that.
On his part, DJ Evolve sort to clear the air over reports that he forgave Embakasi East Member of Parliament Babu Owino for allegedly shooting him in the neck.
When asked by NTV Reporter to respond to the allegation, DJ Evolve simply said, "I left that to God and I'm waiting for the justice system to see what will go through. Aside from that, I have nothing else to say about it."
The entertainer who was released from hospital on Thursday, June 18, six months after the incident occurred, detailed that he had pinned his hopes on the Judiciary and was waiting for justice to be served. DJ Evolve is bedridden as his body, from mid-torso down, is still numb.
Orinda added that he was recuperating well and was able to move his hands. He, however, doubted whether he would be able to resume work as most of his body parts were still affected.
"Generally, I am doing better as opposed to when it first happened. I was really traumatized at the beginning but I learnt to live with it. At least nowadays I can be able to sleep unlike before where I couldn't sleep at all. I kept having flashbacks of that fateful day and I needed medication to put me to sleep.
"I'm slightly able to move my limbs (hands) and that is the much I can do. I can't be able to move my arms. I haven't progressed as these were my tools of the trade. There's no way I can be able to work when I don't have them. I currently depend on people to do things with me," he painfully narrated while struggling to speak owing to a tube injected in his neck.
Meanwhile, in a past interview, Babu Owino revealed that he had forgiven himself and had lest everything to God.
Watch Evolve's interview here:
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