With the recent happenings and the rate of deaths reported across the country, Cancer is officially a national emergency.
This was the same when AIDS first hit the country in the early ’90s where people could go from being fat to being tiny with the virus. HIV and AIDS have since received better attention and the virus can be controlled through medication that slows down the deadly monster.
Cancer just like AIDS has no cure but the former cannot be controlled whatsoever when it is realized too late.
The saddening news of the demise of Bomet governor Joyce Cherono Laboso has brought attention to cancer awareness that should be made a national emergency robbing off Kenyans of good leaders.
On the first of July, Safaricom CEO Bob Collymore died after hitting the stage 4 of the deadly disease.
The jovial CEO of the leading telecom died a brave death of the deadly monster which shocked many and brought the country on a standstill.
Fast forward, Kibra MP Ken Okoth on 26th of July died after fighting cancer for a while but his love for the people of Kibra was undying. His love for wife, Monicah, also was evident and she saw her husband robbed by cancer.
Ken Okoth was praised by Kenyans for the developments he did in Kibra even in his bad health.
On 29th of July, Bomet Governor Joyce Laboso was announced dead at Nairobi hospital moments earlier after doctors restricted visits.
The government has not realized the Big4Agenda yet and free medical services is still a nightmare.
The Daily Buzz is sending condolences to the family of Bomet Governor and Bomet County residence.