Madam Nancy Gathungu.
"As we continue leasing out money to county governments for them to improve the health sector in combating Covid-19 disease, I want to tell Kenyans that the National government is at the forefront in enhancing the exercise”, Nancy Gathungu the auditor general has stated.
Speaking at Kakamega county headquarters after making her tour at the governors’ residence, Nancy Gathungu has stated that the National government has realized that some of the governors aren't playing their role accordingly and thereby adding that they will keep walking in all Referral hospitals in the county to see whether everything meets the standard.
“I appreciate the good work governor Wycliffe Oparanya has done at the Referral Hospital. There are rooms set aside for covid-19 patients and also the Intensive Care Unit beds that in the case when anyone is admitted they can serve. Kindly I request governors to help the National government fight Covid-19 disease”, hesitated Maadam Nancy Gathungu.
Intensive Care Unit beds at Kakamega Referal hospital.
On his side, addressing on behalf of the governor’s presence, after signing Memorandum of Understanding statement (MoU) with Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital team alongside USAID, deputy governor Prof. Philip Museve Kutima uttered that the remaining period of time is very less to be stipulated into politics and thereby requested many of the aspirants who have early started their 2022 campaigns to call them off.
“This is not the exact time of political arena. Let’s rescue first the life of those who will vote for us next year”, added the deputy governor of Kakamega.
Consequently, the deputy governor went on that;
"We are happy with how many non-governmental organizations are chirping in and giving us support in combating Covid-19 disease and I tell many others to continue giving courtesy to Kakamega county government", said the deputy governor of Kakamega county.
Kakamega deputy governor at county headquartes.
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