Tharaka Nithi County Governor Hon Muthomi Njuki has elicited a mixed reactions after he conducted an impromptu visit visit at chuka general hospital. According to a renown blogger Abraham Mutai the no nonsense Governor went undercover and sat at the waiting bay dressed in a traditional hats walking stick.This after claims emerged that there is alot of negligence in the county level four hospital that is located about one kilometre from chuka town. The hospital has been providing services to the people of the area including from chuka University, and several institution of learning in the great County.
Muthomi Njuki has been very tough on the nurses and the doctors that have not been effective in their work and promised to take an action. In the photo the county boss is seen seated with a young child next to him wil less activities being witnessed.
He seems to busy waiting to see how they attend the patient once they visit the facility as he doesn't seem to reveal his cover untill he observes the whole thing. The act has elicited a mixed reactions online with netizens reacting to the move
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