Judy Muthoni , the mother of boy Travis Maina who recently hit the headlines after he died due to what the mother claims to be sluggish behaviours of Kenyatta National Hospital doctors on October 11,2022 has today appeared before the senate health committee.
Judy Muthoni is expected to give an account of the events that led to the death of her 2- year old son. Her son succumbed after he sustained injuries after a fork jembe was lodged in his skull.
The health committee started investigations into the demise of baby Travis. Chairperson senator Jackson Mandago said that he will ensure that the family gets justice.
The investigation is expected to reveal whether the baby's death was as a result of KNH doctors delay in doing the operation that was supposed to dislodge the fork- jembe in the boy's skull.
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