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Sonko had said Jubilee Party president Uhuru Kenyatta and deputy president William Ruto would help save their relationship.City politicians and tycoons had pushed State House to reconcile the two.
The doll by Barcelona-based engineer Sergi Santos dominated the trending search, with the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) 2018 intake coming in as a second trending item.
In a Nairobi hospital, women who had been detained post-childbirth for fees amounting to Sh210,000 (£1,500), were having sex with doctors for as little as Sh300 (£2.16) in order to pay off their bills.
“Healthcare really needs to be free of charge to the patient, because this is the consequence of making patients pay, and it is the worst situation in a whole range of very difficult situations: they may get the medical care they need but then they, or their belongings or their ID papers, are kept hostage,” said Dr Mit Philips, health policy advisor at Médecins sans Frontières.
The practice, which is widespread across parts of sub-Saharan Africa and Asia, sees patients chained to drainpipes, starved and abused, and forced to perform sexual acts in exchange for cash to pay off their bills, according to the paper published by Chatham House last week.
Campaigners are calling on the global health community to take immediate action against medical detentions.
More on this: Igathe resigns as Deputy Governor, says Sonko doesn't trust him Closing the list of top ten trending Kenyan searches in January were gospel singer Kambua Manundu and human rights activist Ken Wafula, at position nine and ten respectively.
Kambua had earlier in the month been compelled by Kenyans online to apologize for grabbing the microphone from Inooro TV's Jeff Kuria,who was her co-emcee at the Royal Media Services' Vuka Mwaka Party held at Afraha Stadium in Nakuru.Those most at risk of being detained are the poorest people, according to the paper, among them those needing emergency treatment and pregnant women, with many of them resorting to desperate tactics in order to escape detention.Over a six-week period in 2016 in one health facility in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, 54 per cent of women who had given birth and were eligible for discharge were detained for non-payment of user fees, according to the study, with many women and children held for months at a time.Kenya has been mentioned in a report detailing countries where patients who can’t pay hospital bills are detained, tortured and even offer sex to male health workers before being discharged.It is known that hospitals detain hundreds of thousands of people against their will every year, many of them mothers and their new-born babies, simply because they are too poor to pay their medical bills, a study has found.“I mean where on earth have you ever heard something like this happening.