Baha's elder brother Mungai Mbaya has been mourning his son with his girlfriend Aisha for four days now. The two did not reveal the illness their son to succumbed to.
However, they have been linking their son's death to doctor's negligence.
Today morning, Mungai penned down an emotional message to doctors. He thanked doctors who go out of their way to save lives. He however stated that the way things are set currently, more people will lose their loved ones in big hospitals.
He urged hospitals to be ethical and avoid putting a price on life. According to Mungai, a negligent doctor is far worse than a thief in a grand scheme of things. He said that he will always feel a certain way about doctors who feel comfortable with the control they have over lives.
"If You show up at work, please let it be about work. We literally entrust you with our lives. I'm not too religious but am willing to bet that a negligent doctor is far worse than a thief in a grand scheme of things" He wrote in part.
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