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What the Senate is set to do about the death of a boy with fork jembe lodged on his head.

The death of a two-year-old boy who had a fork jembe lodged in his head for more than 24 hours has been the subject of an investigation by the Senate Committee on Health.

On October 11, 2022, Travis Maina passed away at the Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH).

In a statement, the hospital stated that Maina passed away from her wounds in the operating room after experiencing complications.

The Thika Level 5 Hospital, where he had received emergency care, had recommended him.

The committee has put in place measures that will help identify lapses that may have contributed to the minor's death, according to Uasin Gishu Senator Jackson Mandago, the committee's chair, who spoke at a Senate committee meeting on Tuesday, October 25.

“The Committee during the meeting resolved to further inquire on the said matter by inviting several witnesses, among them, parents of the deceased, Thika Level 5 Hospital, Kenyatta National Hospital to establish circumstances that might have led to the passing on of the minor,” said the statement.

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