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Kenyan woman dies after breast enlargement surgery, clinic under probe

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A Kenyan woman who  had an operation to enlarge her breasts and later developed complications has died. June Wanza sought medical attention at Nairobi Hospital on Wednesday and died on Thursday.

The Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board (KMPD) has named the clinic where the woman had a breast enlargement operation that later resulted in her death.

The boards chief executive Daniel Yumbya identified Surgeoderm Healthcare in Nairobi as the clinic where Ms June Wanza had a cosmetic operation that turned fatal last week.

Mr Yumbya said the board had written to the clinic’s management asking for an explanation into the events leading up to her eventual hospitalisation and death at the Nairobi Hospital.

The clinic, situated along Theta Lane in Nairobi’s Kilimani area, has slick online advertisements detailing a range of cosmetic procedures offered including breast enlargement and reduction, leg shaping or augmentation, hair loss treatments and plastic or reconstructive surgery.

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They have also requested for a report from the Nairobi Hospital.

“After we receive the report from Nairobi we will consider the next course of action,” said Mr Yumbya.

With her blood pressure running low, doctors worked to save her after realising that her intestines had been cut or punctured during a botched procedure to enlarge her breasts.

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“Her intestines were cut during the cosmetic operation, making all the waste leak and spread within her stomach, which is an infection known as sepsis,” a family member said Wednesday.

It is not clear how Ms Wanza developed complications in her intestines since liposuction does not involve a scalpel or cutting tool.

-nation.co.ke

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Nairobi preacher repairs road after  government fails to act

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Pastor Godfrey Migwi who ministers at of House of Hope in Kayole has decided to act on his own and rehabilitate a public road using his own money.

The preacher has made a name for himself on social media for critiquing the government. Migwi recently called on president Uhuru Kenyatta to desist from taking Chinese loans.

Pastor Migwi has now decided to rehabilitate a public road after he got  tired of calling on the county government to fix roads around his neighborhood in Nairobi.

The city preacher has been imploring the county government to fix poor roads but since his calls fell on deaf ears he decided to dig deep into his own pockets to fix the roads himself.

Pastor Godfrey Migwi stands next to a heavy construction vehicle that was fixing a public road he paid for with his own money

Making our Home area a better place bila CDF ama msaada wa serikali for the glory of God, msaada wangu watoka kwa Yesu. You can use what you’ve to make your neighbours happy. Change starts with you. One step at a time. You can’t lead people with a greedy heart,” wrote Pastor Godfrey Migwi on Facebook.

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MP Naisula Lesuuda sets date for her grand wedding

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Samburu West MP Naisula Lesuuda is set to wed her fiancé Robert Kiplagat on November 17.

The MP, who got engaged on December 31, 2017, held a traditional wedding in August at her home in Samburu.

The couple is now set to wed on November 17 at Lesirai in Samburu County.

Their green, gold and beige invitation card features hotel rates for guests who will want to enjoy a mini-vacay during the wedding weekend.

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Lesuuda’s parents Rev Jacob and Dorcas Lesuuda will host Kiplagat’s parents Major (Rtd) Wilson and Gladys Koitaba and the couple’s guests.

Camping will also be available at the Lesuuda farm at between Sh8, 000 to Sh20, 000 depending on the tent one chooses.

Lesuuda’s friends including Yvonne Khamati who was in Samburu for the traditional wedding are expected in the white wedding.

Khamati recently got engaged and in September her Nigerian in laws visited her village.

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Recce Squad officer linked to Monica Kimani murder arrested

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A Recce Squad officer who has been on the run for the past month has been arrested.

Jennings Orlando Odhiambo was arrested in Nairobi on Thursday October 18,2018 evening and taken to Muthaiga police station for questioning.

Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) said that Odhiambo is a police constable in the elite Recce Squad currently attached to the US Embassy.

The suspect has been arraigned before Resident Magistrate Justus Kituku at the Kiambu Law courts and police given 14 days to detain him as investigations continue.

In his ruling, Magistrate Kituku further ordered that the suspect be brought to court on November 2, 2018.

Detectives have also searched his house at Recce Headquarters in Ruiru.

In the much publicized case involving Citizen TV journalist Jacque Maribe and her fiance Joseph Irungu alias ‘Jowie’, the suspect is said to have been with the 1st accused, Irungu, on the night of the incident.

Irungu and Maribe have since been charged with the murder of Monica Kimani whose body was found at her Kilimani apartment on September 19,2018.

The two pleaded not guilty to the charge and their bail hearing set for Wednesday October 24, 2018.

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