Dr Kiveu Dunya, who was a Ph holder from the Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology in Western Kakamega and a chief principal of Maralal Boys High School, died this morning after developing complications from the Coronavirus vaccine he took at Nakuru Hospital.
He is said to have checked into the Nakuru Hospital with what appeared to be COVID-19 complications and was on the path to recovery when he went for the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine jab. The vaccine proved fatal before he succumbs.
His family says the hospital specified a drug that was needed to reduce the effects of the vaccine going at Ksh 300,000, which they could not raise sooner.
According to those who know Dr Kiveu, he had underlying conditions but was in good health until he took the Covid-19 jab.
Mr Kivue Dunya once taught at FS Kamusinga, transferred as principal Milo Boys, then became principal Ingotse Boys, and later as principal Ngere boys before he was delocalised to be Chief principal at Maralal High School.
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