Photos of the President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, addressing Kenyans while on top of his car have re-emerged following his controversial statement to Deputy President William Ruto. On Monday during the launch of Universal Health Coverage in Mombasa County, the head of state accused his deputy of camping on car sunroofs to politick instead of executing his duties.
The National Health Insurance Fund has today on their official verified Facebook page has sent a message to all Kenyans concerning mental and behavioral health benefits packages. According to National Health Insurance Fund the Universal Health Coverage super cover has mental and behavioral health benefits. The National Health Insurance Fund provide the following in the mental and behavioral health.
The National Health Insurance Fund has been at the forefront in ensuring that Kenyans have access to quality and affordable health care. However, uproar has greeted proposals by the National Hospital Insurance Fund to deduct higher contributions from employees. The move is radical and against standard practices, said Federation of Kenya Employers executive director Jacqueline Mugo.
Photo courtesy of President Uhuru Kenyatta. Kenya's Head of State H.E Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta has publicly made known his demands when he downs the presidential instruments of power. Speaking during the launch of the Universal Health Coverage roll out at the imminent Port Reitz Sub-county Hospital in Changamwe, Mombasa County, the president gave kenyans a glimpse of his choice of leaders in the highly coveted 2022 general elections.
One of the main agenda of the Jubilee government was the fulfilment of the Universal Health Coverage. This is after president Kenyatta noted how citizens were spending their lifelong savings on medication especially in treating a disease such as cancer. As a result, UHC piloting was kicked off in a number of countries such as Nyeri and Kisumu, just to see to it that his dream of access to health comes true.
Cyrus Oguna is a Kenyan politician and currently he is the government Spokesperson. Today on his official verified Facebook page he has sent a message to all Kenyans concerning the Universal Health Coverage. He has tried to explain to Kenyans what exactly the Universal Health Coverage means and what it entails.
After months of back-and-forth, the National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) yesterday renewed its reimbursement contracts with private and faith-based institutions, providing the Universal Health Coverage (UHC) a fresh start. The government is banking on a harmonious working relationship between the nation's health insurers and hospitals, both public and private, to hasten the national deployment of the UHC.
Just a few days after a leaked audio of DP Ruto revealing his intent to slap the president after suggesting they quit the 2017 presidential race, CS Eugene Wamalwa has once again reignited the issue with claims that the deputy president almost slapped him and his fellow super CS Matiang'i.
Source link:https://youtu.be/1l625LkXCjE Mindi Nyoro has now taken his time to respond to Uhuru Kenyatta following his remarks yesterday at Mombasa. He has told Uhuru that he should leave Raila Odinga because Kakamega has refused being installed a project. He advised Uhuru Kenyatta to stop endorsing Raila Odinga as he warns him that he will be ashamed of his decisions in future.
Deputy President William Ruto on Tuesday, February 8, responded to comments made by the Central Organization of Trade Unions (COTU) Secretary-General, Francis Atwoli, during the official launch of the Universal Health Coverage (UHC) in Mombasa. In a statement released by the Hussein Mohammed, the DP's Director of Communication, Ruto was not amused by Atwoli's remarks who suggested that he would commit suicide if he lost the August 9 polls.
Deputy President William Ruto through his campaign secretariat has condemned COTU Secretary-General Francis Atwoli's remarks on Monday about the DP's reaction to election defeat. Atwoli, speaking in Changamwe, Mombasa, during the launch of the nationwide Universal Health Coverage program, predicted that the Azimio La Umoja camp would win the State House race, claiming that DP Ruto would commit suicide if he lost.
DP Ruto has responded back at president kenyatta over his 'unfortunate' remarks during a Universal Health Care event in Mombasa. The launch of the Universal Health Coverage (UHC) programme in Mombasa yesterday turned political politicians among them President Kenyatta attacked Deputy President William Ruto. During the event, President Kenyatta drummed up support for his handshake partner Raila Odinga as he trashed his deputy ahead of the August 9 elections.
Deputy president William Samoei Ruto' s camp issued a very firm statement today morning over remarks made by Central organization of trade unions secretary general Francis Atwoli at an event attended by President Uhuru Kenyatta in Mombasa yesterday. Atwoli, speaking in Changamwe, Mombasa, during the launch of the nationwide Universal Health Coverage program, predicted that the Azimio La Umoja camp would win the State House race, claiming that DP Ruto would commit suicide if he lost.
Embu Governor Martin Wambora who is the Chairman of Council of Governors was seen looking for his written speech in Mombasa during the Council of Governors when he realized that the speech he was reading was meant for a previous occasion he had already attended. Courtesy photo It was during the meeting on the Universal Health Coverage where President Uhuru was in attendance.
Here is What Ruto Told Uhuru After He Was Accused of Abandoning his Duties as The Second in Command.
While launching the scaled-up Universal Health Coverage (UHC) in Mombasa on Monday 7 February, President Uhuru Kenyatta faulted his deputy William Ruto for pushing on empty promises to Kenyans at the expense of his work as the deputy president. While address a rally at Ibacho Kisii county on Thursday 10 of February, the deputy president stated that Uhuru and his fellows are forcing Raila Odinga to run for the presidency so that they can continue ruling from behind the scenes.
On Tuesday, February 8, Deputy President William Ruto responded to statements made by the Secretary-General of the Central Organization of Trade Unions (COTU), Francis Atwoli, during the official inauguration of the Universal Health Coverage (UHC) in Mombasa. The DP was not amused by Atwoli's claims that he would commit suicide if he lost the August 9 polls, according to Hussein Mohammed, Ruto's Presidential Campaign Director of Communication.
Earlier on during the launch of the Universal Health Coverage in Mombasa County, Francis Atwoli who is the Central Organization of Trade Unions Secretary-General made some comments that offended the deputy president in one way or the other. As he addressed the crowd at the event, the COTU secretary general urged the residents of Sugoi to make sure they cut down their trees so as to prevent DP Ruto from committing suicide after losing the august general elections.
Deputy President, William Samoei Ruto on Tuesday, February 8 responded to the comments made by the Central Organizations of Trade Union (COTU) Secretary General Francis Atwoli over his unkind remarks surrounding the August polls, during the official launch of the Universal Health Coverage (UHC) in Mombasa.
The president, while hailing his March 2018 handshake with Odinga, said he had been able to achieve more development projects and stability in the nation than he did in the first term. This follows his completion of the SGR project, the launching of the Naivasha port, the launching of the Universal Health Coverage and so many others not forgetting the express way that has changed the face of Nairobi city.
Speaking during the launch of the Universal Health Coverage program in Mombasa on the 7th of February 2022, President Uhuru Kenyatta said that he has freedom to pick whoever is best to succeed him this coming elections on August. President Kenyatta also advised the Citizens of Kenya to choose their leaders wisely and urged them not to participate in any hate and schismatic politics as it would later lead to dier consequences.