Governor Natembeya. Photo courtesy.
Tranzoia County governor, Hounerable Natembeya has warned medics from leaving their stations for private practice. While speaking today, he has asked those doctors with private hospitals to either close them or resign from work immediately, so that he can employ those that are ready to serve the people of Tranzoia.
" I want to tell medics one thing. It is not negotiable on them closing their clinics and work for the government. If they don't want that. Let them resign and go do businesses. There is no way some people are running a away from their duties and only ti find them in their clinics." Said Natembeya.
Well, this is bad news for those who are practicing medicine in the County and have private clinics. Do you think it's a good idea for Natembeya to ban doctors from owning private facilities? Share with us your views.
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