Apparently, this is that crucial time where every politician wants to show that they're really working hard for their people and basically the main reason is always to lure them for votes. Everybody is trying hard to surprise their people but we hope Kenyans won't be blindfolded and instead they will vote wisely. Today morning, Nyeri county governor Mutahi Kahiga woke up and left a tweet on his page informing his people concerning the new development he has come up with in the health sector. Mutahi Kahiga said that he's not ready to see his people suffering in hospitals just because there are no drugs whatsoever. He said that him together with his team are committed to serve residents and so that's why they're ensuring nobody suffers in their homes just because they couldn't be treated. He said that they have restocked drugs and that they will be supplied in all hospitals so that everybody gets treated in time. No more suffering with illness while at home. Go to hospitals and get treated because the governor has restocked drugs.
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