Popular Media Personality has revealed that Tharaka Nithi Governor, Muthomi Njuki visited the County's Level 5 Hospital pretending to be a local resident so as to see how the medical personnel were handling patients. The Governor went undercover which made it difficult for the medics to notice him.
There has been outcry in the country in the manner medical personnels in various County Hospitals handle patients. Majority of them have been accused of abandoning patients with County Governments being accused of failing to supervise their employees.
The surprise visit by Tharaka Nithi Governor has elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans with many praising him for taking matters I his own hands. Media Personality, Gerald Bitok shared the photos in his official tweeter account.
Photo Courtesy/ Medic at Tharaka Nithi Level 5 Hospital
@geraldbitok Tharaka Nithi Governor @MuthomiNjuki goes undercover visiting the County's Level 5 Hospital.
Naona kuna wangwana wataamka bila wira... https://t.co/rzlH3zubc8
Some of the reactions of netizens are as follows;
@Lokutajon That's how public service should be appraised.
@kijomba1 Hapa no kazi kuisha immediately. Ubaya ya kuenda kazi then unananza kukaa tu kwa simu
@jamesObuya3 Did he see the torn canvas covering the table. And all the paper strewn all over the walls
@owisoke Reminds me of Mandago showing up at Moiben before they open.
@jaoheth_bor @Araap_Sang do this at mosoriot, those medics there care less about the patients..
@Omamori Fantastic. I hope he reveals the whole video and engineers change in service delivery
@numbajour Huyo staff anaangalia simu on Frame 2, akiinua kichwa alafu aangalie simu tena, ataona message ya final dues delivered
@Muthonijuior Season ya Kujitambulisha na Kujiwalikisha ongoing....
@isoomari2 Theatrics za politicians elections zikikaribia
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