West Media fans have been urged to register with National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) to ensure they are well placed to deal with any medical emergencies. Addressing Bungoma All in One Umbrella fans at Buwet in Tongaren Constituency during the meeting of Sina West Fm Salaams Club, Vice Chairperson Timothy Wanyonyi alias Kufwela said that registration with NHIF will help reduce a burden when an individual or family member falls sick.
He said that groups that haven’t been launched should join the bandwagon, “Groups that have not been launched please make sure that we come over for launching so that we can move together and be included in the umbrella’s projects, “he said. “Let’s try and protect our health by acquiring NHIF cards. I’ve tried talking to Sub-County chairpersons so that they can mobilize members to register so please co-operate on this course because it is only through it that we will be able to deal with illnesses that may arise when no one is prepared,” added Wanyonyi.
The Chairperson of the Umbrella Gavana Edu thanked fans for accepting to come together and work under West Media. He also appreciated them for the unity that they are embracing to see that an Umbrella moves forward.
Moreover, he thanked West Media Company for bringing its listeners together, more so reaching them wherever and whenever they are gathered for any function. “I would like to express my gratitude to all members who managed to come here for the merry go and accepting to work with us under West Media,” uttered Gavana Edu. “It is my prayer and plea that we continue working together as an umbrella without disunity, if you feel that in one way or another you are offended or things are not working as perhaps your wish be it by Media, Umbrella leaders or any member follow the right channel and through that the problem will be solved,” he affirmed.
“I send my appreciation to West Media for keeping us together and having that urge to know how we are doing by coming and joining us in our meetings, let us also co-operate with them,” reiterated Gavana Edu.
West Media was represented by Samuel Munai and Victoriah Nang’oni who also emphasized on the need of registration of members with NHIF. They urged fans to take their children to Vocational Training Centres and Youth Polytechnics so that they can get training in hands-on courses that will enable them to be self-employed and through that, the unemployment menace among the youths won’t affect them.
They thanked the fans for being loyal to the company and urged them to continue supporting it and maintain unity since it is only unity that their vision would be accomplished.