West Media fans have been encouraged to register for NHIF so that they may be able to cater for hospital bills when the need arises. This was stated by Silas Omanyo, the chairperson for Trans Nzoia West FM Umbrella in Toll Kiminini Sub-County during the burial of Paustino Agoste, the mother to Rodgers Wabwire of Sukuma Wiki Salaams club. “For you to avoid burdens that arise during sickness and when you lose your loved one, you need to have an NHIF card. I will make arrangements with West Media so that they come over with NHIF experts to register members who do not have cards,” said Omanyo.
He thanked West Media for its closeness to its fans and promised that as fans they will continue working together with it for growth and success.
He also appreciated all fans who condoled with Rodgers and urged them to continue with the spirit of togetherness. “I take this opportunity to thank West Media for keeping in touch and sending representatives in all our gatherings. To all fans I am pleased when I see a good number have come to stand with one of us, this is a sign of love and unity, therefore, let us maintain this solidarity both in sorrow and happiness,” he added. Rodgers Wabwire appreciated all fans and West Media for standing with him since his mother passed away.
Elsewhere, West Media fans have been urged to join Salaams clubs so that they may realize the importance of unity. Speaking in Makhonge, Misikhu ward in Bungoma County during the burial of Eliud Simiyu Makasembo, a member of Makhonge Mumbo Salaams club, David Makhanu the chairperson of Webuye Umbrella Mumbo FM Salaams club thanked West Media Company for bringing together its fans for the purpose of development. West Media was represented by Nebert Wafula and Samuel Munai who appreciated fans for their support and urged them to maintain unity and involve themselves in income-generating activities as a way of poverty reduction.