On December 5, Pamela Akinyi, 40, was charged with causing grievous harm to a nurse at Kenyatta National Hospital after her child died while undergoing treatment.
Cases of nurses attacks have been recorded in most of health centres in the city with a recent case being at Kenyatta National Hospital where a mother assaulted a nurse after losing her son.
- Immaculate Auma's baby baby boy died while receiving treatment at the Mbagathi hospital - She was then forced to carry his body to Kenyatta National Hospital police post to file a notification - The police also failed to help her transport her dead baby to the mortuary prompting to walk again to City mortuary - At the mortuary she was also forced to hold the body for hours as she waited to be attended to - It took the intervention of journalists and human rights activists before the body could be booked A woman mourning the death of her baby was on Thursday, February 14, forced to carry his corpse for about 5km to City mortuary after a city hospital could not help transport it.
It was until the following day that Manyara was taken to Kenyatta National Hospital, where he succumbed to injuries.
He was later taken to the national referral Kenyatta National Hospital but died hours later.
- The former police officer was accused of assaulting and torturing Martin Koome to death - Koome had been arrested over a domestic brawl in Baba Dogo, Nairobi county in 2013 - The court was told Koome was beaten with a metal rod on the head and immersed in a drum of water - According to the prosecution, police officers took him to Kenyatta National Hospital 20 hours after the torture and lied he had been beaten by a mob - Justice Stella Mutuku said prosecution had proven beyond reasonable doubt the deceased was tortured in the police cells A Nairobi court is set to sentence former Ruaraka Officer Commanding Station (OCS) Nahashon Mutua to death after finding him guilty of killing an inmate.
The mourning mother was instructed to head to Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) where she could notify the facility's police of the death before being given clearance to proceed to a morgue.
He was later admitted to the Kenyatta National Hospital where he succumbed to injuries.
He was later taken to Kenyatta National Hospital but died hours later.
“When I was arrested at Kenyatta National Hospital, was I throwing stones?