Photo Courtesy;Deputy President William Ruto And CS Interior Fred Matiangi at a past event. Interior Cabinet Secretary and the tough talking Super CS, Fred Matiangi was today in Mbagathi Hospital where he went to see the progress achieved in constructing the Ultra Modern National Police Mbagathi Hospital.
A 22-year-old has accused Mbagathi Hospital of taking away her kidney with her consent during treatment. According to the lady by the name Ivine Kinagu had attended the hospital for treatment after having stomachache. After some test were done, she had to undergo an immediate surgery where she claims that it was successful but no one informed her that her kidney would be removed.
On an interview with Hungura Media, a woman by the name Emily has badly exposed Mbagathi hospital after she lost her eyesight due to doctors negligence. According to Emily, she was referred to Mbagathi Hospital after she had a Wrong medication. Her whole body was swollen and she needed an immediate treatment but that did not happen.
Ivine Kinagu, a 22 year old lady is now accussing Mbagathi Hospital, strategically placed at the heart of the Kenya's capital of Nairobi for allegedly stealing one of her kidneys during a surgical procedure. Ivine articulates that she suffered a severe nagging stomach, prompting her to seek specialised care at the imminent Mbagathi Hospital where an surgical procedure took course.
Detectives from the director of criminal investigations have arrested a woman who is reported to have been a deadly syndicate of drug peddlers who allegedly transport these drugs to other countries by Swallowing them. Photo:Courtesy Taking to their different social media accounts to confirm the incident, the directorate of criminal investigations has revealed that they received an alert from one of the locals who revealed that their were suspicious activities coming from the woman's house in Kayole, Nasra Estate.
Boniface Mwangi who is among famous people on social media in Kenya today tweeted on his twitter page that Hey @fnoluga, so some Mbagathi Hospital employees go for lunch at 12?We are at the Eye clinic and we are been told to wait for someone who has gone for lunch.
Mbagathi Hospital is believed to be among the most trusted hospitals that Kenyans usually enjoy different treatment services. However, a woman has come out to lament how they had to wait for hours before receiving treatment services. For the case of Lucy, she had visited the hospital together with her mother who was referred to Mbagathi emergency room.
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For a very long time Mbagathi hospital has appeared in the list of few Kenyan hospitals that provide unstandardized care to patients among other indiscipline cases. Apparently, today a 42 years old nurse from Mbagathi hospital called Beatrice Owuor has been arrested by police officers. The young lady was found with sixty pellets of heroin drugs and basically she was planning to administer them to people in an unknown location.
A 22-year-old woman has accused Mbagathi Hospital of removing her kidney during treatment with her consent. According to reports given by the Standard Newspaper, Ivine Kinagu went to the hospital for treatment after experiencing stomach pain. She had to undergo emergency surgery once certain tests were completed, which she claims was successful, but no one notified her that her kidney would be removed.
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Detectives arrested a nurse from Mbagathi Hospital for ferrying heroin during an operation on a drug syndicate. According to a police report, the suspect, Beatrice Awuor who works at the Mbagathi Hospital as a nurse was preparing to ingest the 60 pellets of heroin in order to transport them to an unknown location.
A reserve of suspected heroin and international IDs recuperated from a Mbagathi Hospital nurture during an assault in Nasra Kayole. Analysts from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) held onto 60 pellets of suspected heroin from a speculated drug dealer on Tuesday in Kayole. As per a police report got by Citizen Digital, the suspect, Beatrice Awuor who works at the Mbagathi Hospital as a medical attendant was getting ready to ingest the pellets to ship them to an obscure area.
Cases of drug trafficking has been rampant in the country, with the people involved trying extra hard to ensure that they do not lock horns with the authorities. This is because of the harsh rules put in place for those found trafficking these illicit drugs. Today, the Director of Criminal Investigation officers arrested a Mbagathi Hospital Nurse by the name Beatrice Awuor in Nairobi's Kayole estate as she was preparing to ingest the drugs identified as heroin before transporting to undisclosed destination.
Kenyan nurse was today arrested by detectives drawn from the Transnational Organized Crime Unit during a sting operation that was done to flash out a drug trafficking syndicate. The nurse who allegedly works at Mbagathi Hospital was at her home in Nasra estate, Kayole, Nairobi when the officers pounced on her.
Heroin is one of the most addictive drugs in the world.With the dangers that it brings to the human body if wrongly used, most of the governments in the world state it as illegal.Most of the people who are engaged with the business of selling the drugs are always on the run since the government is always after them.Here in Kenya, Mombasa remains one of the most affected areas since the ports are close and drugs can reach there easily from outside the country.
Mbagathi Hospital Nurse Arrested With 60 Pellets Containing Heroine Eliciting Mixed Reactions Online
A nurse believed to be a drug trafficker from Mbagathi hospital has been arrested this morning by law enforcers. In the raid 60 pellets believed to contain heroin, a drug banned in Kenya, have been recovered from the suspected drug trafficker who is a nurse at the Mbagathi Hospital located in Nairobi.
A Mbagathi Hospital nurse was apprehended by DCI agents for having 60 pellets of heroin with her. Beatrice Awuor, 42, is suspected of preparing to take the highly addictive narcotic pellets to mail them to an unknown location, according to the DCI. After receiving a call on the DCI hotline disclosing her scheme, detectives said they busted her.
A 42-year old nurse based at Mbagathi Hospital in Kayole was arrested by detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) with 60 pellets of heroin. Following the police report that was obtained by Citizen Digital, the suspect, Beatrice Awuor who works at the Mbagathi Hospital as a nurse was preparing to ingest the pellets in order to transport them to an unknown location.
On Tuesday in Kayole, DCI detectives seized 60 pellets of suspected heroin from a suspected narcotics trafficker. A stash of heroine discovered in the nurse's house [Image/ Courtesy] The suspect, Beatrice Awuor, a nurse at the Mbagathi Hospital, was ready to take the pellets in order to convey them to an unknown destination, according to a police report obtained by Citizen Digital.