DCI Kinoti Takes Break to Splash Goodies on Residents

  • DCI Kinoti speaking during his visit to Naari Level 4 Sub-County Hospital in Meru on Thursday 25
    DCI Kinoti speaking during his visit to Naari Level 4 Sub-County Hospital in Meru on Thursday 25
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  • Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) Director Kinoti took a break from his no-nonsense detective work on Thursday 25, to undertake some charity work.

    Kinoti led his detectives and the United Sikhs, an International human rights group, to Naari Level 4 Sub-County Hospital in Meru and later on they visited Cottolengo Mission Hospital Centre for people with disabilities.

    The team visited the hospital with a mission of donating medical items and drugs to the facility.

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    The team from United Sikhs, an International human rights group, that accompanied DCI Kinoti during the charity event on Thursday 25
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    During the visit, Kinoti emphasized the need to give back to society. He added that the drugs they had donated would go a long way in complementing the hospital’s capacity in serving thirty thousand people who are within its reach.

    The hospital visit was graced by Dr. James Kirimi, Chief Officer for Heath in Meru and Jennifer Makena who is the hospital’s board chair.

    The team then went to Cottolengo Mission Hospital Center for people with disabilities. Over fifty boys are taken care of at the facility.

    They all have different forms of disabilities and some of them cannot do anything by themselves due to the nature of their disabilities.

    The centre houses boys who were abandoned by their families and some have been there for over fifty years.

    Brother Giam Carlos, the hospital’s director, said that the centre depends on well-wishers to finance its day-to-day operations. He added that Ksh500000 was used on drugs alone annually.

    Shiva Singh, leader of the United Sikhs team, pledged to support the home more. He added that their mission was humanitarian and they aimed at helping the less fortunate in the society.

    DCI Kinoti called on well-wishers to partner with the DCI in assisting the less fortunate in the society.

    The DCI in a statement issued on their social media platforms said that they are engaged in bringing smiles to people’s faces through voluntary human service.

    DCI Kinoti and the United Sikhs team at Cottolengo Mission Hospital center for people with disabilities in Chaaria on Thursday 25
    DCI Kinoti and the United Sikhs team at Cottolengo Mission Hospital center for people with disabilities in Chaaria on Thursday 25
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