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Once again the Member of parliament for Kiharu Constituency, Ndindi Nyoro has won the heart of majority of Kenyans on his inclusive debate on National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF). While addressing the floor of the assembly, Nyoro has said that the parliament should consider the low income earners (huslers). In other words, Kenyans should pay NHIF fee proportionate to their incomes. He also added that most Kenyans are facing economic hard times due to the Covid 19 pandemic, hence it would not be fair for them to pay the high amounts of money required from them.
As a way of pulling resources together, Ndindi has urged his fellow public servants to trust the NHIF, and should not be insured with private entities. This would ensure that the healthcare services is improved for every individual Kenyan citizen.
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