MP Mishi Mboko’s brother dies in an apparent suicide
SEE ALSO :Outrage as Kenyan doctor dies in CubaCuban training Dr Ali Juma was among the 50 Kenyan doctors sent to Cuba to pursue further studies at the University of Medical Sciences in Havana, to specialize in Family Medicine. The sponsored medics have been on record decrying harsh living condition and failure by the Kenyan government to provide them with the agreed stipend to meet their daily expenditure. It was reported that an exercise book costing Sh30 here in Kenya goes for Sh800 in Cuba. Majority of them were reportedly unable to afford a cup of tea due to its costly price of Sh600. According to the agreement that saw them leave the country, they were to be paid a stipend of Sh36,000 monthly. However, complaints emerged over the failure by the government to be consistent in settling the allowances.
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