Nandi County has a quarterly magazine named ‘The Source’.
Now Governor Stephen Sang chose to lie about a public hospital in the area.
Our source confirms that the magazine used Aga Khan hospital Kapsabet branch picture; to portray it as Kapsabet Hospital.
In short, ” The Source ” is wrong. And this is a failed Public Relations (PR) exercise.
Will the corrupt Aga Khan Hospital demand an apology and withdrawal of their information (photo) used in this public Magazine?
The page below shows Private hospital (Aga Khan, Kapsabet branch) being portrayed as Kapsabet hospital.
Lying and Thieving Governors
About eight counties have been caught lying about their budgets.
It all started with Kiambu County having budget for ‘State House Affairs and for peace in South Sudan’.
The other eight counties, apart from Kiambu (1.2 billion), that allocated tens of millions of shillings for ‘state house affairs’ are: Kitui (60.6 million), Kakamega (75 million), Garissa (178 million), Kirinyaga (344 million), Lamu (10.2 million), Kwale (939 million), Nyamira (6.8 million) and Samburu (80.1 million).
These imbeciles would go to great lengths to beat their drums, even lying.
If not launching a non-viable project, they would be found entertaining mistresses using the county coffers.
When will Kenyans rise against these miscreant gang?
We must first wean ourselves from the thought that leaders are gods.
We need a paradigm shift.
‘Isn’t this wrong information fed to the public? Doesn’t this infringe on our rights to accurate information and those of these investors?’, a Namdi County resident asked
See the pictures below of the opening of the Aga khan facility in Kapsabet, opposite Keben that the Nandi County Magazine wrongfully misleads people to believe that it was Kapsabet Hospital.
Other corruption Scandal
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