Emmanuel Omalla News

Dusit attack victim with 7 bullet wounds unable to clear hospital bills

- Emmanuel Omalla was one of the victims who survived the DusitD2 Hotel terror attack - He was shot seven times on his stomach, back and foot after which he pretended to be dead - He was rescued moments later and rushed to Kenyatta National Hospital - The government promised to take care of his hospital bill together with other victims - Omollo was, however, detained for 10 days after discharge when government failed to keep its promise A majority of Kenyans seem to have moved on since the al-Shabaab militants descended on DusitD2 Hotel at 14 Riverside in Westlands, Nairobi, killing 21 people on the spot, but the same cannot be said about the victims of the terror strike.

Tuko , Kenya Feb 11, 2019

Senator Sakaja promises to clear hospital bill for Dusit attack victim

- Sakaja said he would settle the KSh 100,000 owed to Kenyatta Hospital by Emmanuel Omalla - Omalla is one of the 28 DusitD2 terror attack victims who sustained injuries during the assault - He was admitted at KNH with seven bullet wounds on his stomach, back and foot - The government had promised to settle the hospital bills for the victims but that did not happen Nairobi senator Johnston Sakaja has promised to clear medical bills for a DustiD2 attack victim who was detained for 10 days at Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) owing to huge bills after the government failed to keep its promise.

Tuko , Kenya Feb 11, 2019

Dusit attack victim with 7 bullet wounds unable to clear hospital bills

- Emmanuel Omalla was one of the victims who survived the DusitD2 Hotel terror attack - He was shot seven times on his stomach, back and foot after which he pretended to be dead - He was rescued moments later and rushed to Kenyatta National Hospital - The government promised to take care of his hospital bills, together with other victims - Omollo was, however, detained for 10 days after discharge when government failed to keep its promise A majority of Kenyans seem to have moved on since the al-Shabaab militants descended on DusitD2 Hotel in 14 Riverside in Westlands, Nairobi, killing 21 people on the spot, but the same cannot be said about the victims of the terror strike.

Tuko , Kenya Feb 11, 2019