The Nairobi Hospital, a private hospital situated in Upper Hill, Nairobi Kenya (a few kilometres from Nairobi CBS) is today on the news making headlines, this is after the doctors in the institution misdiagnosed a a young child's illness and end up giving him a wrong dose therefore killing him, an incident that has left many Kenyans shocked.
The deceased is identified as Ryan Hawi, he was a young and a promising son, according to official information by his father, Ryan was not too sick, may his soul rest in peace as his father together with Kenyans have already joined hands to fight for the justice of Ryan's life.
Our prayers and thoughts are with his parents during this difficult time.ImageHis father Isaac, is the one who revealed this sad news to Kenyans early today, Saturday 4/12/2021, disclosing this sad incident on social media.
He wrote, ''I am a broken father. I have lost my son. The negligence at @thenairobihosp has cost the life of my dear son Ryan Hawi. The doctor injected him with the wrong dose. Now he is no more. I need #Justice4Ryan...''
A few minutes after the father revealed this sad incident, more photos of the young deceased (Ryan Hawi) and her mother started emerging online, some were uploaded on social media by the mother while some were uploaded by Kenyans (family friends). The late Ryan Hawi's father is called Isaac and his mother is called Cynthia Allan. See the photo below of Ryan and his mother.
Kenyans have joined hands to share their heartfelt condolences to the family of Isaac and Cynthia for the loss of their beloved son, Ryan Hawi.For instance, Dawn Ochieng, who tweeted, ''Ryan hawi died days later after being injected with a wrong dose at the Nairobi hospital The parents must be going through unimaginable pain and trauma. So sad ...''
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