Nancy Musyoka who died while on the way to the hospital(source.facebook)
Kitui county governor Charity Ngilu has found herself on the receiving end this evening after the death of one woman who died of COVID-19.
The lady identified as Nancy Musyoka had tested positive for COVID-19 and told to self-isolate at home.
However her situation worsened and she was rushed to Kitui level four hospital for medical attention.
At the hospital there was no oxygen and was referred to Nairobi.
The transfer took over five hours and she died on the way to hospital.
Kitui eat member of parliament Nimrod Mbai castigated the governor asking her where the ICU beds are and of at all they are functional.
Mbai even suggested Ngilu should resign for negligence.
"Kitui East has just lost one of her Princesses, Nancy Musyoka. Our daughter, we are all in tears as we accept God's will. My brother Joseph Musyoka, I know and I knew your intentions with this beautiful Princess ....you can find no answer to this bro, just let God show the way," he said.
"To H.E Governor Charity Ngilu, this girl died on her way from Kitui level IV hospital due to lack of oxygen in the hospital, where was the ICU Bed? Madam Governor, please just walk to the hospital and confirm to the people of Kitui if the ICU bed is available and wether it is functional. Kitui East and Kitui County is in so much pain. Can someone just resign for negligence," added Mbai.
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