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Doctors:Right to health on trial

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For their service to be efficient and effective it means we should hire more than the current serving doctors that stand at 5000 doctors serving 40+ million Kenyans. That ratio is alarming.Is this attainable? NO.

Doctors:Right to health on trial

By Vincent Murithi Kirimi | 5 years ago

Thumps up to the 50 Kenyan Medics who successfully separated the Sarcophagus twins

Thumps up to the 50 Kenyan Medics who successfully separated the Sarcophagus twins

I am proudly Kenyan. Proud in the sense that am part of the Kenyan citizenry and society of good will that is geared towards doing that which is good irrespective of the setbacks that have in one way or another pulled us as a country back.

Vincent Murithi Kirimi | 5 years ago

Of expectant campus girls and absentee fathers

Everyday along the campus streets you are most likely to bump into an expectant lady student not one, not two but several of them going about their daily routines as is expected of a focused student.

Vincent Murithi Kirimi | 5 years ago

So what next after KCSE?

In the next few days the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education will commence.

Vincent Murithi Kirimi | 5 years ago

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