it was a dramatic scene in Rachuonyo South Sub-County hospital after one Member Of County Assembly(MCA) stormed the hospitals and started beating up doctors. In the event which was reported by kenyans.co.ke, this MCA was accompanied by several youths of Homabay county. Without even talking to anyone, they entered the hospital and started fighting. Some youths were captured beating and kicking nurses. The MCA was seen beating up two doctors mercilessly and he left them with injuries. Several facilities in the hospitals were badly damaged including office chairs and tables. Patients were forced to watch from a distance as the MCA caused trouble. It was reported that the hospital employees have been demanding for payment. They had not been paid for couple of months now. Officers from the Directorate Of Criminal Investigation were forced to visit that hospital and disperse everyone. Currently, police officers are conducting an investigation to find out why exactly the MCA decided to cause trouble.
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