Sports betting firm Odi Bet hands out a cheque of Ksh 3 Million to ailing Reggae Dj legend Dj Last Born unknown to many as Benson Ouma. Odi Bet through its initiative OdiMtaani handed over the cheque to his elder sister Lilian Ouma who has for over a year now been assisting the Dj. The sports betting firm organized a first in Kenya meet, under The Kenya reggae fraternity bringing together all the top Reggae entertainers in Kenya at Ole Sereni to celebrate the ailing reggae DJ legend. Odi has also launched a 24-Hour reggae online rave dubbed ‘Odi na Reggae’, which will see all the top DJs perform from 12Noon Friday 6th August 2021 till 12 Noon Saturday 7th, 2021 as a tribute to the ailing Dj.
“We decided to support DJ Lastborn who has been ailing for quite some time. As a brand, we are committed to giving back to the community and supporting worthy causes,” said Odibets Country Marketing manager Aggrey Sayi. The veteran Dj has suffered two strokes and who is currently bedridden has hospital bills to the tune of Ksh 1.5M which Odi Bet says will be cleared by part of the Ksh 3M donated. The betting firm will also pay Last Born’s house rent for a year and a year’s tuition for his daughter.