Jalang’o to offer people of Lang’ata free medical services

Jalang'o to people of Lang'ata

The newly elected Lang’ata MP Phelix Odiuor popular as Jalang’o has launched an admirable initiative for his constituents, despite only being in office for a month.

He has secured a sum of Ksh 10 million donations of medical services from the Shree Swaminarayan community of Lang’ata.

Langata MP Jalang’o

The health care initiative he announced on Instagram will see Lang’ata constituents receive a free medical camp on October 2 at the Shree Swaminarayan hospital.

“Today on behalf of Lang’ata people I received 10 million donation of medical services from the Shree Swaminarayan community of Lang’ata. On the second of October, we will have the biggest medical camp ever here at Shree Swaminarayan hospital at the Bypass come all for this special day, 

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“Don’t leave any patient behind. There will also be free transportation to the hospital, free drugs, free checkups, free surgeries, and all medical attention you need,” remarked Jalang’o. 

This follows less than a week after the MP urged President William Ruto to work toward carrying out the promises he made before the election.

This also entails utilizing the Sh70 Unga (maize meal).

Unga, the staple food in the nation, currently retails for between Sh200 and Sh220 per packet.

Jalang’o has pledged to collaborate with the incoming president to serve the people, despite his political allegiance with Azimio presidential candidate Raila Odinga.

“First is for him (President Ruto) to ensure that everything he said in his manifesto is fulfilled. We are eagerly waiting maize flour of Sh70, free wifi, free airtime. Also, everyone blacklisted in the Credit Reference Bureau (CRB) removed,” said Jalang’o.

Within his first 100 days in office, the President-elect pledged to fulfill the majority of these commitments.

“Politics is not enmity like Hon Mandago says ‘usiweke siasa kwa roho.’ I am a member of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) and we’ve interacted with Ruto previously in different sectors. I’m still in Azimio so he should not take my political affiliation personally and so will I. Work has to be done.”

Kenyans are currently spending around Sh100 to get 1GB of data packages.

 As a result of not repaying bank and mobile loans, it is also anticipated that hundreds of thousands of Kenyans have been blacklisted on CRB.  

 This is because more than 5 million Kenyans are currently without jobs, as the President-elect stated in an interview with CNN last week.

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