Kenyans will no longer have to travel to India or any other country for cancer treatment. This comes after President Uhuru Kenyatta launched the Integrated Molecular Imaging Centre (IMIC) at the Kenyatta University Teaching Referral and Research Hospital (KUTRRH) on Saturday, October 16. The facility is set to offer both diagnosis and treatment services.
NMS was allocated 27.2B which comprise 18B recurrent expenditure and 9.2B for development expenditure. Nairobi will receive 20B in shareable revenue. 1.3B set aside for a Railway Metro lines.700m will be used for Bus rapid transport system BRT.450million has been allocated to K.U teaching and referral for the procurement of cyber knife radio therapy equipment.
Today the fourth President of the great Republic of Kenya and Commander - in - Chief of Defense Forces His Excellency Uhuru Mugai Kenyatta together with the First Lady Margaret Kenyatta visited his home county to attend important event. The first in command won the hearts of many Kenyans online after he unveiled East Africa"s public molecular Imaging Centre (IMIC) at the Kenyatta University Teaching and Referral Hospital (KUTTRH) in Kiambu County.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has been away from the country for quite sometimes now and has met with several influential and powerful leaders in the world including United States of America president Joe Biden. After the tour president Uhuru Kenyatta is finally back home and has not taken a rest from his tight schedule in the country.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has today issued an epic statement assuring the republic of a total commitment towards achieving his Universal Health Care plan under the big four agenda. In a small function organized by the state, Uhuru said that he'll ensure that hospitals are proper- in terms of equipment.
On Thursday Uhuru was facilitated by President Joe Biden of United States of America at White House. The former Finance Minister became the primary African to Have up close and personal discussions with US Leader. He saw marking of different Bilateral arrangements Aimed at Strengthening connection between the two nations.
President Uhuru Kenyatta and First lady have today launched East Africa’s first public integrated molecular imaging center (IMIC) at the Kenyatta University Teaching and Referral Hospital (KUTTRH) as part of the UHC pillar of the Big Four agenda. “The ultra-modern IMIC is the first of its kind in Kenya and the region, and was developed as part of Govt efforts to expand access to cancer treatment in the country,” read a statement by the president.
President Joe Biden of the United States of America arranged Uhuru's visit to the White House on Thursday. The former Finance Minister became the first African to meet with US President Barack Obama up up and personal. He saw the marking of various bilateral agreements aimed at strengthening the relationship between the two countries.