The lawyer representing Baby Junior Sagini, whose eyes were gouged out in Kisii, refuted claims made by former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko that he became irritated when helping Baby Junior Sagini receive eye transplants in China.
The three-year-old has since been placed under state protection, and anyone wishing to help the youngster must follow the regulations protecting state witnesses, the attorney, George Morara, underscored.
Speaking to Nation, Morara said that anyone wishing to meet Baby Sagini must follow the appropriate protocol because the child's safety must always come first.
According to the lawyer, the government is currently in charge of providing for the youngster because of the serious security breach he experienced.
On Tuesday, December 27, Mike Sonko, a former Nairobi governor, asserted that his attempts to assist Baby Sagini had been fruitless. Morara was addressing Sonko's assertions.
Furthermore, Sonko said that he had been prevented in his efforts to arrange for Sagini to obtain specialized care in a cutting-edge hospital in Shezen, China, by local officials.
Despite what he had said, Sonko had not tried to fly Baby Sagini to China for specialized eye care, according to Morara.
There are rules and procedures that must be followed before Baby Sagini is delivered to anyone who wishes to help him, according to Morara.
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