Kimilili residents have been urged to register with NHIF to cater for hospital bills when they seek treatment. This was stated by Kimilili Mumbo Salaams Clubs Umbrella chairperson Daniel Mulongo duering the launch of 19 Salaams Clubs at Kamusinde RC primary school in Kimilili constituency in Bungoma County.
He urged all fans to continue supporting West Media in its efforts to bring the fans together, “I would like to urge you to maintain this unity for West Media and development among ourselves.” Edwin Wanyama, the chairperson of Bungoma All in One Umbrella told parents to prioritize their children’s education so that they may succeed in future. He thanked the fans for maintaining unity and togetherness, “I would like to appreciate West Media for bringing us together,” he added.
West Media fans also got free medical check ups courtesy of Bungoma LifeCare hospital led by Ruth Wabwoba, a clinical officer who urged the residents to visit their hospital when they need treatment. Those who got the check ups lauded West Media for partnering with LifeCare hospital to avail the free medical check up plan.