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KMPDC Vow to Help Woman Who Shared Her Heartbreaking Story on Citizen TV

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Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Council (KMPDC) showed interest in helping the woman who shared her story on Sunday, MAY 24, 2020 ON Citizen TV.

Mercy Wangare shared her story of how St. Teresas`s Hospital induced labour when she was barely seven months pregnant.

According to the reports that surfaced, Bellevue Hospital reportedly stopped the treatment of the pre-mature baby.

Woman With Heartbreaking Story Gets KMPDC

Reports affirmed Citizen TV tagging her along as she visited Bellevue Hospital and pleaded to have the remains of her baby given to her for burial.

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Wangare claimed that the hospital had detained the body of her child and as so her car to bridge the failure to settle hospital bills.

“I am wondering why you are holding my baby. You are holding my logbook, you are holding my car, what is it that you want?”Wangare stated.

While speaking to Kenyans.co.ke, KMPDC CEO Daniel Yumbya could not stomach the heartbreaking story of the subject.

Yumbya disclosed that probing into the matter would start immediately after Wangare made a formal complaint.

“KMPDC CEO has taken note of the story aired on Citizen TV last night about Ms Mercy Wangare and the accusations leveled against two hospitals, St. Teresa`s Hospital, Kikuyu and Bellevue Hospital, South C. The Council will investigate the matter to its full conclusion,” a statement from KMPDC noted.

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Yumbya noted that he needed to establish the root to the course of the matter and submit a report within 30 days.

“I need to get to the root of the course of the matter. After the complaint has been launched, then the maximum time we shall take to give a preliminary report is 30 days,” he noted.

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