County Leaders Celebrate Medical Staff On Mashujaa Day

Achievements in Laikipias health sector dominated speeches by leaders in Ilpolei, Laikipia North where celebrations for the Mashujaa Day were held in our County.
In his speech which focused more on local heroes and heroines, the Governor, H.E Ndiritu Muriithi recognised most achievers who have done things that have rarely been done. Health professionals who continue to serve Laikipia diligently were feted also as county heroes and heroines. These are:-
1. Dr.Christine Lekurtut, a doctor of medicine and surgery and first female Samburu Doctor who is working at the County.
2. Dr.Alfred Mosiany, a doctor of medicine and surgery who is currently undergoing a master degree in Family Medicine in Cuba.
3. Dr.Timothy Panga, a Clinical Pharmacist, who is currently the acting CEO of Nanyuki Teaching and Referral Hospital.
4. Dr.Lenai Kamario, a doctor of medicine and surgery who is currently the CECM for Health among others.
In other speeches by the community leaders:-
Hon. Meshame, MCA-Mukogodo West informed the meeting that the community was very appreciative of the historic surgical camp and operationalisation of Kimanjo Sub-County Hospital theatre. The community also appreciates the upcoming X-ray block and the beyond Zero Mobile Clinic which has also been complementing Health by taking services to the hard to reach areas in the ward. He suggested that camps be the way to go in order to serve the people of Laikipia better.
Hon. Sarah Korere, MP-Laikipia North appreciated the work by the county Government under the leadership of H.E Ndiritu Muriithi. She thanked the government for the opening the Kimanjo Sub-County Hospital theatre where she has been seeking services and declared that the Hospital would be her first hospital of choice. She encouraged the Laikipia North communities to make use of the new modern theatre.
Hon. Chalubo Kaparo, MCA-Segera thanked the Governor for the many projects the government has implemented in the ward singling out the upcoming modern Lekiji Dispensary which is in a remote part of the ward marooned by River Nanyuki and River Ngarengiro noting that this was going to make health more accessible as the services. Currently the community around in Lekiji has been seeking the services in private ranches: Oljogi and Mpala which have not been very accessible especially in emergency situations and at night due to distance and danger of wildlife.
The leaders noted that health in Laikipia has greatly improved but as always, a good thing can be made better.

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