If you expected Kirinyaga Governor Ann Mumbi Waiguru to know what is happening in hospitals across Kirinyaga county, you are in for a rude shock. Waiguru when prevaricating on NYS scandal said that she did not even know how much a pen in her office costs …
She said she did not know how much he desk and office table she sat on cost! . Waiguru is busy courting Ruto to be made the Running Mate for 2022 presidential elections and has no time to serve Kirinyagans!
Waiguru therefore does not know, is not aware of the state of hospitals in Kiruguya . The story of Kiruguya hospital is heart rending. Rather than the institution being a place of treating diseases it is a center of spreading diseases .
Waiguru is a quintessential test tube politician. Before she was made the devolution CS nobody knew her . She was manufactured as a politician by Uhuru Kenyatta ….The state of that hospital has exposed her big time. She is intolerant and sacks workers carelessly ….
Kerugoya hospital is in a mess, no wonder 60% of patients at Embu Level 5 Hospital are from Kirinyaga County. What happened to Kirinyaga County or someone is on honeymoon mood 😛 #KirinyagaHealthCrisis pic.twitter.com/l2ol3LQOpC
— Mukami Wa Embu 🇰🇪 (@MukamiWaEmbu) May 12, 2019
Too much ambition breaks a man/woman (Matteos Gudu). Kirinyaga looking to open a coffee shop in New York while back home the district hospital is in a mess. Then again, the coffee shop never open it’s doors on March 26th as promised. Deceit.
— Mukurima X. Muriuki (@Mukurima) May 12, 2019
Ledama Olekina on Kerugoya hospital: I express my disappointment with governor Waiguru because during the devolution conference she kept on saying ‘Kirinyaga is rising’. In this case Kirinyaga is not rising rather falling down to the dogs #DayBreak
— Citizen TV Kenya (@citizentvkenya) May 13, 2019
Kirinyaga county health workers are protesting the deplorable state of Kerugoya referral hospital in the
wake of a diarrhea and hepatitis B outbreak at the hospital#WeekendAtOne pic.twitter.com/448BZtj37A
— ktn (@KTNKenya) May 12, 2019