On Monday 31st October, senators were in a committee to hear and know what happened to a child who died at Kenyatta National Hospital. They were forced to change their mood when the mother of the deceased Child was narrating to them what happened to her Child.
The mother of the child revealed and went ahead to explain what happened before her child died. This is according to news which was shared by the Parliament of Kenya on their Facebook verified page.
The mother was seen unable to explain as she started crying because of the hard moments she was in. She accussed and condemned the Kenyatta national hospital for what she termed as negligence. She highlighted that her son needed much emergency help from the nurses and doctors. This story touched the senators who were at the Committee meeting. Jackson Mandago was also seen removing tears.
The mother of the child said that the doctors did not respond faster and her Child was in a critical condition. She revealed that her son died because she was very poor because she could not afford the bill she was told to pay before treatment could start.
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