Pay toxic malaria jab victims without further ado
SEE ALSO :DNA test for baby claimed by 2 couplesIt is shameful that the county has taken this long to pay the money. That lives of 28 children were turned upside down partly because of the negligence of the county should be enough to prick its conscience. But it doesn't appear to. What the county doesn't seem to understand is that no amount of money can assuage the pain these children have, and are still going through. In fact, the Sh42 million awarded is peanuts. Considering that they will live with the paralysis for the rest of their lives, the county government should have volunteered to walk with them as they grow up. But they haven't asked for that. All they are asking for is the amount the court decreed. The county government should have made that a priority immediately the court made its decision. But it doesn't seem to be in a hurry. Meanwhile, the children continue to suffer as their parents struggle to fend for them. The county should stop rubbing salt into the would it caused the children by paying them now.
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