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Karen Hospital donates masks to Kenya Police

Surgical spirit and thermo guns also included

In Summary

• Initiative was through the Heart to Heart Foundation, the CSR arm of the hospital

Karen Hospital CEO Juliet Nyaga and Kenya Police deputy inspector general Edward Mbugua.
Karen Hospital CEO Juliet Nyaga and Kenya Police deputy inspector general Edward Mbugua.
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The Karen Hospital last week appreciated the selfless service by police officers in safeguarding Kenyans during these tough times of the pandemic. 

 
 

Led by the CEO and executive director of the Heart to Heart Foundation, Juliet Nyaga, the hospital donated 1,000 washable masks and surgical spirit to the police.

The package also included thermo guns and hand wash cream. The event took place at Police Headquarters at Vigilance House, Nairobi. 

The donated 1,000 washable masks, surgical spirit, thermo guns and handwash cream to the officers at Police Headquarters, Vigilance House
The donated 1,000 washable masks, surgical spirit, thermo guns and handwash cream to the officers at Police Headquarters, Vigilance House
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Kenya Police inspector David Murai and chief inspector Joseph Ndirangu
Kenya Police inspector David Murai and chief inspector Joseph Ndirangu
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Heart to Heart Foundation director Joe Nyaga and The Karen Hospital head of security Patrick Njogu.
Heart to Heart Foundation director Joe Nyaga and The Karen Hospital head of security Patrick Njogu.
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Kenya Police principal deputy Miriam Muli and director of logistics Joseph Ndegwa
Kenya Police principal deputy Miriam Muli and director of logistics Joseph Ndegwa
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Kenya Police administrative secretary John Kinjo and office superintendent Gladis Mwangi.
Kenya Police administrative secretary John Kinjo and office superintendent Gladis Mwangi.
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