West Media fans have been urged to join Salaams clubs, to get a shot at improving and uplifting their lives through the clubs, and to also to register for NHIF. These were sentiments of vice chairperson of Bungoma All in One Umbrella Timothy Wanyonyi Kufwela who urged them to register with National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) so that they may reduce hospital bills’ burden during sickness.
“Sikalame people let me tell you there a is joy in being in Salaams clubs since you will enjoy benefits; we shall stand with you during joy and grief. Therefore, if you are a listener and viewer of West Media content please make the step of joining a Salaams club so that we may move together as a family,” said Kufwela.
He said presently, many families are burdened by huge hospital bills, “In the past, people could sell a piece of land and clear the bill but now as you can all see land isn’t readily available to even lease. You should act fast and register with NHIF so that when you are sick it will be easier,” he added
He was speaking during the burial of Mama Eunice Nabai Makati in Sikalame village in Sang’alo East ward, Kanduyi constituency, Bungoma County. Kamami West FM Salaams club chairperson Wekesa Matendekele thanked fans from other Salaams clubs in Bungoma County who managed to go and condole with them.
“I would like to thank you all who have come from different parts of Bungoma County to come and stand with us in this funeral,” stated Matendekele. Esther Munialo who lost her mother expressed her contentment to all fans that stood with her since her mother passed on and wished that the trend of unity and love continues and be extended to another person.
“I lack words to express my gratitude, you are really loving, you have stood with me since mama went to be with the Lord, how I wish that you maintain this spirit of loving and kindness. I also want to thank West Media for bringing us together as its listeners and viewers,” expressed Mrs. Munialo.