Mathira member of parliament Hon Rigathi Gachagua has caused a stir online after asking president Uhuru Kenyatta not to build new hospitals before equiping the new ones. This is after president Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday during Madaraka Day Celebrations claimed that his government has started the project of establishing level three hospitals in different parts of the country.However, the vocal legislator finds no essence of President Uhuru Kenyatta continuing to execute his plans and that he should ensure that the existing ones are fully equipped.
Gachagua comments comes amid uproar in the country with majority complaining that in hospital it has become very difficult to get the necessary assistance in term of medication and medicines. In most of the hospitals in the country you will find that there is no medicine and one is forced to go and buy in chemist.
It is due to this reason that Rigathi Gachagua is daring the president to stop executing his plans, listen to him and act accordingly. He feels that if this won't be addressed then it will be meaningless to the expensive practice.
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