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September 5, 2017 8:49 AM Police canteen in Nairobi is ordered shut due to cholera fears

The Nairobi city government has ordered that the traffic police headquarters food canteen be closed to contain the spread of cholera. Monday, the number of people infected with cholera rose to 92 - 87 police officers and five security guards stationed at the Multimedia University. Health Cabinet Secretary Cleopa Mailu said the canteen was suspected to be the cause 8

September 4, 2017 11:38 AM Health Cabinet Secretary Cleopa Mailu blames food handlers for Cholera outbreak

Health Cabinet Secretary Cleopa Mailu Monday visited 47 police officers who were admitted at Sinai Hospital in Kajiado County after testing positive for cholera. 92 policemen were taken ill on Saturday night when they started exhibiting cholera-like symptoms of severe abdominal pain and diarrhoea after eating contaminated food. Some patients have already 4

September 4, 2017 10:35 AM CS Mailu: 50 police officers admitted to hospital with cholera

Health Cabinet secretary Cleopa Mailu has confirmed that a total of 5O police officers were infected by cholera and 47 are still admitted at Kenyatta National Hospital. The affected officers were residing at the Multi Media University hotel in Rongai. They are believed to have shared a meal from an outsourced caterer. The CS has also banned outside catering 9

September 4, 2017 10:24 AM Over 30 more police hit by cholera in Nairobi

The number of police officers who have contracted Cholera in Nairobi has risen by more than 30. The city county’s Health Chief Executive Bernard Muia on Monday said 95 officers, from 59 on Sunday, had been affected by the disease after eating suspected contaminated food at Multi-Media University in Rongai. The officers from various parts of the country 4

September 3, 2017 10:16 AM 10 admitted in suspected cholera outbreak in Rongai

10 police officers are hospitalised in Rongai after showing cholera symptoms. Health Officials on Sunday said the officers were part of a team that was camping at the Multimedia University. The victims started to complain of stomach pain and diarrhea before they were rushed to Sinai Hospital where they are admitted. Nairobi governor Sunday in a statement 3

August 13, 2017 5:23 AM Uhuru making changes: Who will make it to the new Cabinet?

Following his declaration as winner, President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to re-constitute his Cabinet if his win is not successfully challenged. This being his last term in office, President Kenyatta’s choice is crucial because it will shape his legacy as he exits the scene in 2022. The president will thus have to make difficult decisions that will bruise 5

July 25, 2017 9:12 PM Fear as three dead, 33 treated of cholera

Panic has gripped Kisumu County and its environs after a cholera outbreak killed three people and left 35 admitted to hospital. Two of those who succumbed were inmates at Kodiaga Maximum Security Prison while the third one lived in Otongolo, a neighbouring community. County health officials said they were battling the disease but feared it could get out of control 28

July 20, 2017 9:00 PM 12 new cases reported as cholera spreads in Nairobi

Twelve new cases of cholera have been reported in Nairobi as the outbreak continues to give national and county government health officials sleepless nights. Six of the latest victims have been admitted to Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) and the others at a newly opened centre at Mukuru Kwa Reuben slums. The six are in addition to the 67 people who had been admitted 11

July 20, 2017 9:00 PM New cholera cases confirmed in Nairobi as death toll hits four

New cholera cases have been reported in Nairobi after one person was admitted at Karen Hospital and others at Nairobi South Hospital. Karen Hospital Medical Superintendent, Dr Quintus Ekesa said that 14 confirmed cases of cholera had been recorded at the hospital, but so far 13 people have been discharged and are being treated as outpatients. “We have had 14 confirmed 6

July 20, 2017 9:24 AM Top city hotels defy Mailu’s cholera shutdown order

Nairobi’s Jacaranda and San Valencia hotels have vowed to stay open despite Health secretary Cleopa Mailu’s directive shutting them down as part of the effort to contain a cholera outbreak in the city. Jacaranda Hotels Group sales manager Liz Tapawa on Wednesday said she had not received any orders shutting down the hotel and that all the hotel’s outlets 11