“Nikija hapa na Baba, ameniahidi kuwa naeza pata bwana huku kwenu. Nipatieni bwana,” said Dr. Mwangangi.
Speaking to area residents, the CAS lauded the launch of the new institution labelling it a game-changer that will positively affect the lives of youth in the area interested in training under various health disciplines.
Mwangangi also reminded Kenyans, not to dismiss Covid-19 by skipping vaccinations as this was the only proven way to keep the pandemic at bay.
“Corona is still a threat and it is important that we continue wearing our masks and social distancing. The vaccine is also important. We need to avail ourselves at medical centers to get the jabs,” she said.