Boy With Jembe In Head Lost Fight After 14 hours Of Agonising Wait At KNH Mother Reveals
On Monday, the Senate Health Committee learned that for 14 hours, Baby Travis Maina went without medical attention at Kenyatta hospital due to a fork hoe stuck in his head. On October 11, the infant passed away. Judy Muthoni, Travis's mother, and Lucy Wambui, his aunt, recounted the agony the family went through at the hands of the medical staff at two public hospitals in 24 hours.
New Twist on Baby Travis' Death as KNH Reveals that it was the Father who Killed Own Baby
The Kenyatta National Hospital yesterday introduced a fresh twist in the saga of the death of Master Travis, who died with a fork jembe lodged in his head when the premier referral facility suggested that the boy could have been a victim of a fight involving his parents. When baby Travis died at the Kenyatta National Hospital due to what was called negligence by the Kenyans biggest referral hospital, Kenyans went all guns blazing at the management of the hospital for not moving quickly to save the young boy's life.
Robert Omondi Narrates The Scenario That Made Her Wife Die During Delivery
Robert omondi narrates the scenario that made her wife die during delivery Robert's wife dies after being neglected at the Mama Lucy Hospital. Omondi, who gave evidence before the Senate Committee on Health today says his wife, who had just delivered twins was placed on the same bed with her two newborns.
The Senate Health Committee, Chaired By Sen. Jackson Mandago Today Met With Governor Johnson Sakaja
The Senate Health Committee, Chaired by Sen. Jackson Mandgo, today met with Nairobi Governor H.E. Johnson Sakaja, The Management Team, Medical Personnel and Hospital Staff of Mama Lucy Kibaki Hospital (MLKH) led by Dr. Musa Mohammed and The Management Team, Medical Personnel and Hospital Staff of Kiambu Hospital, led by Dr. Patrick Nyaga (Chief Medical Officer Kiambu Hospital).
Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja To Take Control Of Mama Margret Hospital, Check Why
Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja on Wednesday, December 7, announced his government's plan to take over Mama Margret Kenya Hospital in Korogocho, less than a year after the facility was handed over to the national government. Speaking before the Senate Health Committee, Sakaja said the devolution of the facility to the national government has put pressure on Mama Lucy Hospital, which remains the only referral center in the region.
Travis, The Boy with Fork Jembe in Skull Waited for 14 Hours at KNH, Senate Committee Told
The two-year-old boy, Travis Maina, who died last week after a fork jembe got lodged in skull is said to have waited for 14 agonising hours at the Kenyatta National Hospital before medical attention was given to him. The Senate Committee on health was told by the deceased mother.
Mama Travis Opens Up After Her Child Died Due to Fork Jembe Injury While at Kenyatta Hospital
Days after the death of two year old Travis Maina went mainstream and Gannered numerous reactions from both the public and the Netizens, it seems that the family might get some form of justice after The Senate started investigations into circumstances that lead to the death of the minor.
Senators Go After Doctors In Baby Travis Maina Case After Death Due To This Reason
On Tuesday, October 25 the Senate Health Committee chaired by Jackson Mandago began an investigation into the unsolved death of Travis Maina. After a fork Jembe got stuck in his brain Maina passed away inexplicably sparking a national outcry. In a statement to the media Mandago said that the committee has put in place procedures to help identify errors that could have contributed to the minor death.
KMPDU Warns MPs On Plan To Close Mama Lucy Hospital Due To This
After learning that the Senate was considering a plan to close Mama Lucy Hospital the Kenya Medical Practitioners Pharmacists and Dentists Union (KMPDU) has come out swinging. Senators said they would consider a number of options, including closing the hospital after hearing horrifying accounts of how individuals are abused while utilizing the medical facility. There would have been a saving of these lives. Wambua a member of the Senate Health Committee stated We must crack the whip and do whatever must be done
Senate Reveals The Next Big Step They Will Take on The Death Of Baby Travis, Calls This Person
The mother of 2-year-old Travis Maina, Judy Muthoni, testified before the Senate Health Committee on Monday about the circumstances surrounding her son's passing at Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH). Muthoni described to the Senate's committee her son's trek to receive medical care after a fork-jembe was inserted into his head at their Kiambu residence.
Judy Muthoni Mother Of Baby Who Died After Folk-jembe Lodged In His HeadAppears Before Senate.
Senate Health Committee, Chaired by Sen. Jackson Mandago, today met Ms Judy Muthoni, mother to the late Travis Maina, who lost his life at the Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) to injuries caused by a fork jembe lodged in his head. Ms. Muthoni was accompanied by her sister Ms. Lucy Muthoni and Ms. Evelyne Ogendo a counselling psychologist.