Yesterday night, Kenyan rapper Khaligraph Jones took to his Instagram account and angrily called out a Kenyan famous hospital, for allegedly detaining the body of a young boy who passed away early this month. The hospital detained the body of nine months old baby Zion after his parents failed to raise the accumulated hospital bill.In a detailed post, Khaligraph posted a screenshot from TUKO page, as they had covered the story earlier. In the story, baby Zion Omar had lost his life on 5th March after being admitted at Ruai Family Hospital (RFH). His body has not been released for burial, as there is still an outstanding bill of 370,000 to be paid.Reacting to the story, Khaligraph referred to the matter as nonsensical, stating that there are many ways the issue could be sorted out but not detaining the body of baby Zion. Khaligraph went ahead and pleaded with the public to contribute as much as they can, to rest baby Zion's body and soul in peace.
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