Good news has emerged to baby Sagini who is currently under care after his eyes were gouged out by suspected cousin and others. According to reports, former Nairobi county governor Sonko detailed plans to fly the three years old baby Sagini to South China to get eye implants. Sonko added that he conducted extensive research to find the best hospital across the globe to attend to baby Sagini's emergency case.
After a thorough search, Mike Sonko found a hospital in China that does eye implants but required the boy to have at least two referrals from hospitals in Kenya. Chinese doctors stated that the eye implants will intriguingly help the boy with navigation sensors to allow him to get around on his own in familiar places.
Mike Sonko's move has touched so many Kenyans as the kind of torture the little child underwent is really heartbreaking and devastating.
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