Ruparelia group of companies owned by Sudir Ruparelia has offered to help a kid suffering from cancer.
The victim is Jaralu Muruya, 9 years old, a primary four pupil.
He is currently admitted at Nsambya hospital where doctors have opted to cut off his leg.
Rajiv Sudhir yesterday donated Shs500,000 [five hundred shillings] on behalf of the Ruparelia group of companies and promised to cover the rest of the bills for Muruya.
Rajiv further sent Muruya to Victoria hospital for further diagnosis.
The final report from specialist doctors at Nsambya hospital indicated that Muruya had cancer and it has already eaten the big part of the leg including the bone.
Muruya was helped by a Good Samaritan, a one Paul Bbale who stays in the same neighbourhood.
Bbale found the boy in serious pain and started running campaigns on social media soliciting atleast Shs 4million on top of the Shs7million Nsambya hospital demands.
Muruya was first taken to Mulago Hospital but when doctors recommended cutting of the leg, Muruya’s mother sneaked him out of the hospital and hid him in a church in Makindye.