Nairobi Governor HE Sakaja Johnson has shared photos of the ksh1 million he received from co-operative Bank to support his Initiative where all who had been detained at the county hospitals were released to go home to spend the Christmas with the families.
"Very grateful to The Co-operative Bank for their kind gesture and donation of one million shillings to support my initiative where all who had been detained at our county hospitals were released to go home to spend Christmas with their families.
"May God bless you so much. This particular cheque goes to Mbagathi District hospital where the total outstanding bills had come to 1.7million. Merry Christmas". Said Hon. Sakaja Johnson Nairobi Governor.
Other County Governors have been urge to follow Governor Sakaja Johnson's foot step by Releasing who those detained in county hospitals to go to celebrate the Christmas with their family members.
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