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Mumias Equity Branch Manager's Message To Kenyans On Covid-19 Disease

Mumias equity bank Officials at St Mary's hospital

Kenyans are being requested to continue living by the eradicated measures by the ministry of health in fighting coronavirus.

This has been advised by Mumias branch manager of equity bank Mr Cleophas Wanjala Nalianya while at St Mary's mission hospital today afternoon while handing out covid-19 fighting equipment to the hospital.

Nalianya explains that Kenyans are at risk of being affected by Covid-19 and thereby urging Kenyans to stay with put measures.

"We are here today on behalf of the Kenya Covid fund alongside the equity group foundation to offer coronavirus fighting equipment among them PPE's"

"It's a donation that is ongoing all over the country ,sixty mission hospitals,medical training colleges and eleven universities offering medical education in the country",Cleophas Wanjala has stated.

Equity Bank Mumias Manager hands out PPE's .

Consequently he explains that in the next eighteen months they'll stand firm in providing the equipment; Kakamega general hospital,St Mary's Mumias hospital and Mukumu hospital in Shinyalu constituency being considered first in Kakamega county.

His utterances were aligned by Bishop Olumban Odhiambo who is also the administrator of St Mary's  hospital who called upon for unity to prevail among the government and non-governmental institutions as one way of helping to fight the pandemic.

"It's my advice to everyone to create a good rapport with organizations as the only way we can completely fight the virus.The good communication we have had with equity for past time has enabled we to receive fighting equipment",finalized the administrator of St Mary's  hospital Bishop Olumban Odhiambo.

Bishop Olumban Odhiambo Centre.


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