Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang'i was in South Nyanza, Ekerenyo, Nyamira County, on Wednesday, where he went to rollout of GoK's programme to equip maternal and newborn units countrywide. The CS said “Completion of facilities such as Igena Itambe hospital will ensure we are back on track on our mission to zero preventable maternal, neonatal and child deaths."
Matiang'i said the the Government will relentlessly pursue perpetrators of insecurity in Laikipia County and support the displaced families to rebuild their lives. He ordered a mop-up of all illegal weapons in the area, both through voluntary surrender and forceful disarmament and warned that action will be taken against leaders linked to the violence regardless of their positions.
However when he was set to leave the venue, a woman caused drama as she wanted to reach Matiang'i after he had laid a foundation at Ibacho Level Four Hospital despite the heavy presence of police officers.
Kisii County Commander Francis Kooli was forced to act swiftly and assisted to move the woman from a helicopter which Interior CS Fred Matiang’i had boarded.
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