Kisii residents have been advised to seek medical attention to avert the rise of Cancer having been declared as one of the killer disease, not only in Kenya but also in Africa and in the whole world.
Speaking to journalists during…Read more
Nyamira nurses and medical practitioners have finally agreed on a return to work formula after a two months strike for delayed salaries.
Addressing journalists in the governor's boardroom Thursday, Nyamira branch secretary for the Kenya National Union of Nurses (KNUN) Mr Richard Oruta called off the strike and urged all nurses to resume to their work stations on Friday 24th in the morning.
He said it was that the County government had…Read more
Nyamira County's second bursary launch was cut short by nurses who demanded their two months pay from the Deputy Governor (DG) Amos Nyaribo.
Nyaribo was launching a Ksh. 121 million County secondary schools bursary where more than 30,000 students were…Read more
Kisii Residents have been urged to go for early eye check ups to avoid partial blindness or total blindness.
Speaking during the celebrations to mark the World Well wishers day at Kisii primary school grounds, A Section of well wishers from different parts of the country pledged to work together to assist the less fortunate in the society within Kisii County.
Led by the Jain social group , that organized a free eye check up and operation exercise .
The exercise saw over 1000 people and several operations done at Kisii eye hospital in Nyanchwa.
According to the Jain social group chairman Bharat Pareka the initiative was meant to help…