Wavinya’s plea to Government on striking Doctors

Machakos Governor Wavinya Ndeti has called upon the government to initiate a dialogue with striking doctors to address their concerns and find a lasting solution to the ongoing healthcare crisis. 

The governor who spoke at Seventh Day Adventist Jetview in Mavoko sub-county highlighted the urgent need to prioritize public health services.

Wavinya emphasized the importance of engaging in meaningful discussions with healthcare workers to resolve issues such as inadequate staffing, lack of essential medical supplies, and delayed salary payments.

She underscored the critical role that doctors play in delivering quality healthcare services to Kenyans and urged for swift action to end the strike.

“We cannot afford to have our healthcare system paralyzed by prolonged strikes. It is imperative that the government and the striking doctors come to the table and find common ground to ensure uninterrupted healthcare services for our citizens, it Is all about give and take, let the two sides come to an agreement,” said Wavinya.

The governor also expressed her commitment to supporting healthcare professionals and improving healthcare infrastructure in Machakos County.

 She urged all stakeholders to prioritize the well-being of patients and work collaboratively towards a sustainable healthcare system.

As the dialogue between the government and striking doctors unfolds, stakeholders are hopeful for a constructive resolution that addresses the grievances of healthcare workers while safeguarding the health and welfare of all Kenyan citizens.

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