Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) has on Tuesday appealed to the public to reconnect two of its patients with their kin.
The two namely Salim Mohammed and Joseph Irungu were admitted at the hospital after a road accident in Nairobi.
“Retweet to help them reconnect with their kin” Said Kenyatta National Hospital on social media.
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A twitter user by the name Vincent Ooro identified Salim Mohammed as a street person.
Having grown up in Ngara, Nairobi he has seen him collect food from dustbins and sleep on pavements.
Vincent proceeds by saying that Salim has a good heart and has been helping women and children cross the road and guard them against rogue street children.
“Salim Mohamed does not have he is street person, growing up around Ngara we used to see him collect food off the dustbins and sleep on pavements, though he has a very good heart as he would help women and children cross the road and guard them against rogue street urchins.” Said Vincent Ooro
The other two patients also in the KNH list are Bonni and Saulo who were referred to the hospital and involved in a road accident respectively.