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Quack doctor Mugo Wa Wairimu’s employees released

Quack doctor Mugo Wa wairimu’s employees have been released on bail after being arrested two weeks ago.

The two namely Gathiru Kamunya,22 and Risper Auma,19 have been directed to deposit a Ksh 200,000 bail or Ksh 500,000 bond with surety of the same amount.

Milimani Court Magistrate Martha Mutuku found no reason as to why the two should continue being held in custody.

The two were accused of operating a pharmacy and a medical laboratory without a license from the Pharmacy and Poisons Board of Kenya.

In addition to that, the duo are also accused of using the titles Nurse and Doctor with the necessary qualifications.

Gathiru Kamunyu is a medical student at Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) and is set to graduate next month.

Risper Auma on the other hand is a student at Kiriri Women’ University in Githurai, Nairobi where she has taken Procurement Management and Supplies.

She is in her first year at the institution. She is said to be working at the clinic in order to raise money to pay for her school fees.

Mugo Wa Wairimu state

The quack doctor himself Mugo Wa Wairimu is still in custody as investigations continue.

He is the owner of Millan Health International Limited and the employer of the two.

Gathiru and Risper’s case will be heard again come December 4 this year.

Quack doctor Mugo Wa Wairimu's employees released
Slavian Mwangecho
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