Politicians and Kenyans have been raising funds for the ailing Rugby legend Benjamin Ayimba who has been in hospital for sometimes and needs to be assisted raise hospital bill. Led by the Nairobi senator Hon. Johnson Sakaja, people and others leaders have come out in numbers to raise money for the same.
The president has given his one million to assist Mr. Benjamin Ayimba who made the same of our country shine in the past. This has attracted Kenyans especially those on Twitter, to point their fingers to these politicians saying that they are the reasons as to why the health system in Kenya is becoming a problem.
Most people are saying that the cost of accessing medical services should be reduced so that many people can be able to afford. It is true many people have lost their lives while others losing their loved ones due to lack of money which they can use to pay for their medication.
If these politicians who are in their office will legislate well and come up with laws to govern this sector, then the problem will be quit solved. These are some of the people's reactions to the fundraising;
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