The country is on a rush to achieve the target number before the year ends. With only one month to go the ministry of health has issued a directive that Kenyans will have to produce a covid vaccination certificate before accessing government services and also boarding public service means of transportation.
Death is so cruel and unpredictable to us since it's beyond our control. It just hits unexpected and unnoticed taking away our loved ones. The university of Nairobi is one of the best and most prestigious institutions in Kenya. As all know, such great schools are full of security and take care of the students.
Wanted National Police Service Official was admitted at the Kenyatta National Hospital's ICU unit for nine months, fresh details emerged. Photo: Courtesy Reuben was unconditionally treated by the Kenyatta National Hospital medical personnel for nearly a year despite the fact that he lacked relevant identification credentials.
Two days ago kenyans were treated to some shocking news that a cop has shot a young man after a failed bribe collection in Nairobi's kirinyaga road. According to previously sources the young man was shot after he and others were involved in a heated altercation with cops in the CBD.
A distressed family of a Kandara girl by the name Tamara have today begged for financial support from the public in order for the child to undergo liver transplant in India after being diagnosed with biliary atresia according to a video posted on Facebook by K24 TV. While speaking to K24 TV, Tamara’s mum said that she was born normally like other kids but began to develop yellowness in the eyes in the first week of life something which prompted her to return to hospital.
In an interview with Tuko-Kenya, a lady by the name Teresia Njeri narrated how her life completely changed because of cancer. She said that she woke up one fine morning with pain at the back of her neck thinking it was because of a bad sleeping position. She took painkillers but the pain didn't go away, so she decided to visit a doctor.
The government has finally taken the initiative to close Kenyatta National Hospital for at least six months to be renovated. The practice aims to upgrade the the poor conditions in the hospital. This will then attract Kenyans who for years have gone to more costly private hospitals. Several Kenyans for long have been suffering in the most costly hospitals as their bills always accrue to levels that they cannot afford.
Of late we've had cases of university students dying mysteriously, others being murdered by their lovers and some attacked by thugs. It's such a saddening occurrence losing our fellow youths every now and then. Their young dreams are just shut unexpectedly and leave is with wounds that just turn into permanent scars.
A woman was on Friday September 24 arrested by the police after faking pregnancy and trying to get into the KNH maternity wing. The suspect who has been identified as Elizabeth Musembi was forcing herself into the maternity wing before officers arrested her and took her into custody. When speaking to the media over the matter, Elizabeth Musembi disclosed that she was desperate to get a baby after several years of failing to conceive one.
Government spokesperson Cyrus Oguna said that despite recovering from COVID-19, he has never regained his sense of smell for about one year now. Oguna stated that getting a COVID-19 jab does not prevent someone from contacting the killer virus, but prevents severe illness and death. However, getting vaccinated was still the best way of conquering the virus.
Kenyatta National Hospital. KNH is a public hospital in Kenya which was founded in the year 1901 as the Native Civil Hospital. It is located in Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya. The current CEO (Chief Executive Officer) of KNH is Dr. Evanson Kamuri.
Reports emerged that an officer who had been declared a deserter by the National Police Service in January, woke up from a comma in The Kenyatta National Hospital. Picture Courtesy. PC Reuben Kimutai Lel. The police officer, identified as Police Constable Reuben Kimutai Lel had been given a leave of absence from work in December but never reported back to work in January.
Wycliffe, a 35-year-old police officer stationed at Langas police station has been charged in court today after reportedly threatening to kill his ex wife Grace Malalo. Wycliffe is reported to have ordered her to call her mother and say her last words. Wycliffe further went on to tell Grace's hubby to either leave her or end up dead.
Awoman who had faked a pregnancy at Kenyatta National Hospital was yesterday arraigned with an intention to commit a felony. Elizabeth Syokau Musembi was arraigned before a Milimani court on under miscellaneous application after she was found with a pillow strapped on her belly to look like she was pregnant.
On Friday, September 25th, 2021, a woman named Elizabeth Musembi was detained after attempting to enter the Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) to visit the maternity wing. She was apprehended by security officials who suspected her of attempting to steal a baby. The woman was questioned by police officers, and she disclosed to the public that she had been weak and desperate for many years after attempting to conceive but failing to do so.
Kenyan patients have once again been hit hard and mercilessly as the only National Hospital has literally doubled it's consultation fee among other treatment costs. Kenyatta National Hospital has raised the consultation fee from KSH 650 to KSH 1,150. The hospital is looking for money to finance the hospital's projects which will relieve it's patients the agony of cancer, heart and kidney diseases.
Constable Reuben Kimutai Lel who was based at jogoo road police station has been on a coma for nine months at Kenyatta National Hospital. The family and colleagues didn't know his whereabouts or what happened to him since he went missing in December 2020. However,kimutai went missing after he was hit by a vehicle resulting in a fractured skull.His personal belongings were stolen during the rescue mission thus making it difficult for the hospital to identify him.
A police officer who disappeared on December 2020 and became the most wanted officer by the court and police service, has been found in Kenyatta National Hospital fighting for his life after months in coma. Constable Reuben Kimutai went missing on December 2020 when he was on leave.
Photo|courtesy The family of a Police Constable, Reuben Kimutai Lel has finally breathed a sigh of relief after he was found in Kenyatta National Hospital's intensive care unit. Reuben had been missing since December last year, and no one had any idea of his whereabouts. Reports indicate that Reuben had taken leave on the 20th of December 2020 which was to end in January.
The stalemate between doctors and the Kenyatta National Hospital management surrounding the dismissal of 40 medics is far from over after the facility's leadership accused the doctors' union of being untruthful in its push for their reinstatement. Through a letter dated Wednesday, August 25, the KNH management blames the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Union (KMPDU) for disrupting services at the hospital in order to push for an unrealistic agenda.