The governor of Kenya’s capital, Nairobi,Mike Sonko made a shocking discovery of corpses of 12 newborn babies concealed inside boxes, when he paid an unscheduled visit to Pumwani Hospital in Nairobi.
The corpses were all wrapped in black and white polythene bags and put in brown boxes. There were six corpses in one box, five in another and one in the last box.
Governor Sonko was said to have taken the Hospital management by surprise by coming to the hospital on a bike without his entourage.
[penci_blockquote style=”style-2″ align=”none” author=””]“Conducting impromptu visit at Pumwani Hospital, where it’s alleged by members of the public that the management shut down the machines at the Maternity Wing, leading to loss of lives of young ones,” said the Governor.[/penci_blockquote]
Kenyan media said the infants allegedly died after the management shut down the machines at the maternity wing.
“Conducting impromptu visit at Pumwani Hospital, where it’s alleged by members of the public that the management shut down the machines at the Maternity Wing, leading to loss of lives of young ones,” said the Governor.
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The governor who was enraged by the sight of the infant corpses was said to have argued with one of the Hospital’s staff over the number of dead infants ‘buried’ in the ward. According to him, it is impossible to lose 12 babies in one day.
“I want to categorically state that human life must be respected no matter the case. Stern action will be taken against anyone found to be sabotaging the good services offered to our mothers and sisters who come to deliver in this facility,” the governor said.