Hi Cyprian Nyakundi,
On the Aga Khan Hospital issue, I concur with the expose.
[EXPOSÉ] Money Over Professionalism: The Shame of Aga Khan University Hospital Nairobi
Aga Khan is not a hospital but a group of cons after money.
My sister was admitted to Aga Khan Hospital last year (2018).
The three months she was there were hell to us.
Talk of rude and arrogant nurses and doctors who are just after money who would come just to say hi to her and they would be paid their cut.
Tests were hard to come by, inflated bills that when I personally complained, they deducted some of the items they had billed us for.
The Hospital made me hate nurses, doctors and private hospitals with passion.
To date, I am still holding my strong belief that I better die than go to to Agha Khan Hospital.
And did I say that after this ordeal, I also realised that NHIF is an outfit for the rich not for Ordinary mwananchi?
I decided never to remit my money to NHIF because they are also in cahoots with the private hospitals to fleece Kenyans.
Medical care in Kenya is now full of cartels who scheme to fleece Kenyans. The government seems unable to reign in on those out to collapse insurance forms due to exaggerated bills.
Kenya is a bandit economy – Willy Mutunga, Chief Justice