LATEST: Baby Who Was Rescued From HURUMA Building That Collapsed Discharged From Hospital

Baby rescued from Huruma
building discharged from hospital

A child who was safeguarded four days after a building given way in Huruma bequest in Nairobi has been released from healing facility and rejoined with her dad.

Infant Dealeryn Saisi Wasike, the six-month old infant from the crumpled building, was released from Kenyatta National Doctor’s facility on Saturday morning.

The infant has been at the healing facility for as long as two weeks while getting treatment. As indicated by the Assigned Episode Authority at Kenyatta National Doctor’s facility, Pius Masai, the infant Dealeryn is healthy.

Read More:  In the wake of Being Taken To Court Over Ksh 229, 505 Bill at Intercontinental Hotel, Disgruntled Musician Now Wants to Talk To Jeff Koinange, Churchill or Maina Kageni

“This infant was released from Kenyatta National Healing facility taking after the catastrophe of the building breakdown. She has been experiencing treatment,” Masai said.

Mr Masia further said that the healing center bill, adding up to Sh30,000, had been settled by Nairobi Congressperson Mike Sonko. Representative Sonko moreover given transport to the child and her dad, Mr Ralson Saisi Wasike, to their home.

Recommended For You:-


Like this post? Tweet it!

"LATEST: Baby Who Was Rescued From HURUMA Building That Collapsed Discharged From Hospital" by @wakenyanews

Tweet Close
More in Counties
LATEST: Fuel Tanker Vehicle Explodes on The Highway

A Mombasa-bound petrol tanker and a clinker tipper on Sunday 24th April 2016 crashed close Salama Town, Makueni Region along Mombasa Street, leaving the two drivers dead instantly. The petrol...