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Joy as Kenyan baby sees for the first time in 19 months

7 months ago, 8 Mar 14:33

By: Asher Omondi

19-month-old baby Kyla's eyes had no clear demarcation between schlea and the interior segments. Eye specialists advised the little angel to go for corrective eye surgery in India. Unfortunately, her parents were unable to raise the required amount to fly their first born daughter.Kyla's mother followed Nairobi governor Mike Sonko upon being told, agreed to cater for the operation cost. She can finally see She had those hazel blue eyes which resembled a marble or a clear swimming pool whose base is blue in colour. The eyes may have looked cute to any stranger but for 19-month-old baby Kyla, all she needed was to regain sight. Because the otherwise cute blue eyes were blind. Send 'NEWS' to 40227 to receive all the important breaking news as it happens The virtually impaired baby whose can now see the world. According to Dr. Fayaz A Khan, Chief Ophthalmologist at Lions Sightfirst Eye Hospital, the eyes had no clear demarcation line between sclera and the interior segment. Her mother, Linda was immediately informed her first born would be able to see only after undergoing corrective eye surgery in India. The trip to India required millions of shillings which the family husband was unable to raise but a mother's treasure is always her child. Baby Kyla before the surgery.Mike Sonko paid for all her bills. Photo/Mike Sonko/Facebook After approaching Sonko to help her daughter regain sight, the Nairobi governor agreed to cater for everything including ticket fare to the Asian country. In a Facebook post seen by TUKO.co.ke on March, 8, the abrasive leader expressed his joy after news that Kyla had undergone successful surgery and regained sight. "I have no words to express this but for those who have been following up the story of BABY KYLA,we have just received good news from India that this angel who was blind can now see using her both eyes after the second surgery was performed successfully " I thank you Lord for this big miracle. My intention is to ensure in the near future we perform these kind of surgeries in Nairobi", he penned. Millie Odhiambo warns Mike Sonko
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19-month-old baby Kyla's eyes had no clear demarcation between schlea and the interior segments. Eye specialists advised the little angel to go for corrective eye surgery in India. Unfortunately, her parents were unable to raise the required amount to fly their first born daughter.Kyla's mother followed Nairobi governor Mike Sonko upon being told, agreed to cater for the operation cost. She can finally see She had those hazel blue eyes which resembled a marble or a clear swimming pool whose base is blue in colour. The eyes may have looked cute to any stranger but for 19-month-old baby Kyla, all she needed was to regain sight. Because the otherwise cute blue eyes were blind. Send 'NEWS' to 40227 to receive all the important breaking news as it happens The virtually impaired baby whose can now see the world. According to Dr. Fayaz A Khan, Chief Ophthalmologist at Lions Sightfirst Eye Hospital, the eyes had no clear demarcation line between sclera and the interior segment. Her mother, Linda was immediately informed her first born would be able to see only after undergoing corrective eye surgery in India. The trip to India required millions of shillings which the family husband was unable to raise but a mother's treasure is always her child. Baby Kyla before the surgery.Mike Sonko paid for all her bills. Photo/Mike Sonko/Facebook After approaching Sonko to help her daughter regain sight, the Nairobi governor agreed to cater for everything including ticket fare to the Asian country. In a Facebook post seen by TUKO.co.ke on March, 8, the abrasive leader expressed his joy after news that Kyla had undergone successful surgery and regained sight. "I have no words to express this but for those who have been following up the story of BABY KYLA,we have just received good news from India that this angel who was blind can now see using her both eyes after the second surgery was performed successfully " I thank you Lord for this big miracle. My intention is to ensure in the near future we perform these kind of surgeries in Nairobi", he penned. Millie Odhiambo warns Mike Sonko
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