Angry scene was witnessed from a little known Maili Kumi village, Nakuru county in the former the former Rift Valley province after a woman,25, identified as Gradys Wanjiru was turned away by Bahati level four hospital's management from visiting his ailing husband because of wearing a T-shirt Written "Rest in peace"
According to james Nyoro, a local or rather resident, the accused, a general worker in a Scott's flower farm is a drunkard and spend most of the time moving from one alcohol bar to another taking illegal brew.
Defending her decision, the outspoken Wanjiru revealed she loves her sweetheart so much and is wishing him quick recovery.
Conferming the incident, the medical officer incharge of the facility disclosed it is immoral and unethical to have any negative information that makes patients to lose hope.
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