Political Analyst Herman Manyora has illicited a mixed reactions after criticizing NHIF claiming it's not helping kenyans. He alleged that NHIF has been attacked by cartel who are making money at the expense of suffering and sic kenyans. In a YouTube video Manyora alleged that NHIF should be disbanded with immediate effect as it's only benefiting afew individuals while majority of kenyans care suffering.He feels that if that is the case then kenyans don't need it as it's not serving it's purposeManyora claims comes amid confusion within the body with kidney patients complaining over the latest directive that reduce the fund they should benefit from the body. There were also claims that a huge number of kenyans are unable to pay the 500 shilling that is paid and requested to reduce the amount.
According to Manyora NHIF does not cater for the needs of Kenyan but caters only for few selfish individuals. It's in public domain that the deputy president Dr William Ruto also raised concerns over the amount paid by kenyan irrespective of their payment.
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