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Odinga’s beautiful message to Fidel four years on



The family of Raila Odinga has paid a moving tribute to the ODM leader’s first born son, Fidel Odinga, on the day he passed on four years ago.

On Friday, the Odinga family used the occasion to remember the late Fidel who died on the morning of January 4, 2015 under unclear circumstances.

Here is what Mrs Ida Odinga shared on her social media pages as a special tribute to their son:

Today like many days is full of fond memories of you.

A loving son, a protective brother, a doting father and a loyal friend.

Today is always painful because once more it is a reminder that life is sometimes rough although we were blessed with years with you, our time together will never be enough.

For you were someone special who was thought so highly of and we will always remember you with affection, warmth and love.

Rest peacefully,

Fidel Castro Odhiambo Odinga

Fidel, the eldest son of Mr Odinga, was found dead on his bed and the cause of his death is yet to be made public.

The late Fidel Odinga


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Shock as beloved young Kenyan doctor dies of Coronavirus



Doctors around the country are mourning the death of Dr Adisa Lugaliki who succumbed to Covid-19. The news was shared by Dr Mercy Korir who described the deceased as a hardworking doctor who still had so much to offer.

“We have lost one of our own as a doctors’ fraternity to Covid-19. A young doctor with so much to offer,” tweeted Dr Korir.

The Kenya Medical Practitioners, Pharmacists and Dentists Union also sent a condolence message to the family of Dr Lugaliki, who served as an Obstetrician & Gynaecologist at The Nairobi South Hospital.

“We have lost a hard-working obstetrician/gynecologist, a mother, a friend and a colleague to the devastating effects of Covid-19.

“Our condolences to the family and friends of Dr. Doreen Lugaliki,” wrote KMPDU.

Online, many recalled their interactions with the deceased and lauded her for her professionalism and dedication to the medical profession.

The late Dr Adisa Lugaliki

Despite the risks involved, health workers have continued to give their all in the fight against Coronavirus, constantly asking the government to provide enough PPEs as they discharge their duties.

On Thursday, the Ministry of Health announced 447 new COVID-19 cases after testing 3,803 samples bringing the national tally to 8,975.

This is the largest number of confirmed cases in a day since the first case was reported in the country.

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While speaking in Mombasa County, Health CS Mutahi Kagwe said a total of 64 patients were discharged bringing the total number of recoveries to 2,657.

Four more people also succumbed to the disease bringing the death toll to 173.

Kagwe said since the cessation of movement was lifted three days ago, the government has been focusing on county preparedness to fight the curb of COVID-19.

He urged county governors who had not reached the maximum of 300 beds as proposed by the Ministry of health to do so.

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Cancer patient, 50, raped at a Nairobi hospital




A 50-year-old cancer patient on Friday, July 3 narrated how she was raped by a nurse at a Nairobi-based hospital on Friday, July 3.

According to a report by Kenyans, the patient filed a report at Kilimani Police Station on Wednesday, July 8 seeking justice against the nurse.

She detailed that she was admitted on Wednesday, July 1 for cancer treatment.

According to the victim, she was raped at midnight.

She narrated that she heard a strange noise and someone spraying something in her room which made her sleepy.

The reagent was then sprayed on her before she was raped.

On the following day, she felt her body was weak but gathered the strength to go to the bathroom where she analysed herself only to find out that she had been raped.

Two days later, on Sunday, July 5, she reached out to her oncologist, a special doctor dealing with cancer.

The oncologist informed the hospital management which discharged her against her wish and failed to address the issue.

That’s when she opted to seek help from the police.

In her statement, she detailed to the detectives that she can identify the nurse who inflicted the plight on her.

Nairobi Police Regional Commander Philip Ndolo confirmed the incident and stated that he had taken the matter upon himself, directing detectives to launch an investigation into the matter.

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“A report was made and we are following up the matter to ensure justice for the victim. We have experts on the ground,” Ndolo stated

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Truth About Life In America no one tells you about before you come!




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