Sh1.5 billion set aside to improve health sector
SEE ALSO :Kimemia calls meet to address stand-off"Our people have been travelling outside the county to get proper health care and medication. This will now be a thing of the past by the end of this year," said Governor Francis Kimemia. The governor spoke in Ol Kalou as he witnessed the distribution of drugs worth over Sh30 million procured from Kenya Medical Supplies Authority. This is part of Sh122 million drugs that the county plans to procure this financial year. Kimemia announced plans to put all persons living with disability, the elderly and expectant women under the National Health Insurance Fund. "From June, they will get free treatment when they need it," he said.