Felix Orinda Aka DJ Evolve has finally revealed the incident in the club that led to the fatal shooting and bitter exchange with Embakasi East MP Babu Owino.
The incident that happened in one of the Nairobi’s popular clubs left the DJ bedridden for over six months with huge accumulating bills.
Orinda was however discharged from the Nairobi Hospital on Thursday, June 18 and his colleagues revealed that his speech was not back to normal.
However, in an interview with the Standard on Friday, June 19, Evolve detailed that he will have to accept the aftermath of the incident.
“I have to come to terms with my situation. Whatever happened was unfortunate. I request Kenyans to pray that I recover fully so that I can continue entertaining. Yaliopita si ndwele. (The past is gone),” the DJ stated.
He went on to detail how much he missed the entertainment scene and would make it up to his fans who stood by him after he was hospitalised.
“I have really missed home. This has been a really long battle that has affected my family, friends and business, but I cannot wait to be back.
“I have so many songs to listen to since several hits have been produced during my stay in hospital. I have to listen to all of them in order to familiarise myself with the music,” Orinda stated.
The entertainer also spoke on his recovery as his mother stated that she would regulate the number of visitors who frequented to check on him.
“I’m glad and I feel hopeful. I can now see light at the end of this.
“Sometimes I feel my legs. That makes me know that God is working on me,” Orinda added.
Embakasi East MP Babu Owino was released on a cash bail of Ksh10 million on January 27. He also catered for the DJ’s bills.
Embakasi lawmaker Babu Owino has, in court, denied shooting him and refused to comment on the matter during a recent media interview.
Sources close to the DJ’s family told Nairobi News he had registered marked improvement but was still in need of medical care.
Police were present when he was discharged from the hospital and a video posted by Mpasho showed him being wheeled out in an adjustable bed by the hospital staff as some of his friends cheered.