It had been claimed that the cost for performing the surgical procedure to remove the 3kg growth on Mama Beatrice Makokha's face was more than Ksh 2M in India.This touched the philanthropic former Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko and his family to contribute Ksh 300 000 and offered two return air tickets and visa charges to Beatrice and one family member.
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The doctors who carried out a successful surgery on a woman who had cystic growth on the face have been applauded.Beatrice Makokha had a cystic growth on the right side of the face which had covered her eye.This had made it difficult for her to breath.The surgery was carried out at Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH) The doctors involved in the surgery include, Surgeon Dr. Francis Thuku, a Maxillofacial Surgeon; others were; Dr. Geoffrey Wasike, Neurosurgeon; Dr. Wabwile Machimoto, Ophthalmologist; Anaesthesiologists Dr. Elisha K. Kirwa, Dr. Werunga Kituyi and Scrub Nurse Edward Avula.
Governor Wycliffe Wangamati has called on residents of Bungoma to be alive to the threat of Covid-19, even warning that the situation is getting worse by the day.Speaking in a joint press conference with County Commissioner Mr Samuel Kimiti at the County Head Office, Wangamati said the positivity rate in the County has grown from 13 per cent last year to 20 per cent in 2021 - painting a grimacing face of the third wave of Covid-19.
The Kenya Police through their Facebook page has notified the general public the shocking and heartbreaking news of the unfortunate demise of Chief Inspector Richard Omenke Richard was the Officer in Charge (OCS) of the eminent Villa Police Station, strategically placed in the heart of Embakasi in the city of Nairobi.
Road accidents happen due to careless and reckless driving of vehicles on the roads by drivers.Drivers should be very careful while driving vehicles on the roads to avoid causing unnecessary road accidents.Traffic police officers should arrest and prosecute drivers who violate traffic rules and regulations.
A loved, respected and reknown teacher has escaped death after being involved in an accident where a trailer hit him. Moses Wasike escaped death after a trailer hit him along Ugunja-Busia road. He broke his hand and sustained injuries on his face. He is currently receiving medication at Referral Lifecare Bgm. One of his former student requested Kenyans to wish Mr Moses Wasike a quick recovery as he is a teacher who knows his duties well and has a pure heart too. Screenshot of post on Facebook Photos of Mr Moses