Lang’ata Member of Parliament Jalang’o is a happy man after receiving Sh10million Donations of medical services from the Shree Swaminarayan community.
In an update given by the first time, MP disclosed that he will be hosting the biggest medical camp in Lang’ata on October 2nd and the donation will come in handy.
“Today on behalf of the Lang'ata people I received a Sh10 million Donation of medical services from the Shree Swaminarayan community of Langata. On the second of October, we will have the biggest medical camp ever here at Shree Swaminarayan hospital at the Bypass come all for this special day," Jalas announced.
According to the legislator, Lang’ata people will be accorded free medical checkups and drugs.
“Don’t leave any patient behind. There will also be free transportation to the hospital, free drugs, free checkups, free surgeries, and all medical attention you need,” Jalang’o.
In August, the former media personality promised to set up resource centers in all the five wards found in the Lang’ata constituency.
Jalas said that he will try as much as possible to keep his promise of empowering the youth - making sure they are equipped with knowledge and skills.
"Every ward in the Lang’ata constituency will have a resource center. Every resource will allow you to access a recording studio, Cyber, and everything else. This constituency has produced big stars like E-sir, Nazizi, Wyre, and Nameless we need to keep that legacy,"
Lang’ata constituency has a total of five wards namely; Karen, Nairobi West, Mugumoini, South C, and Nyayo Highrise.
The former Kiss 100 presenter was declared MP-elect after garnering 38, 948 votes while his main competitor, the incumbent MP Nixon Korir got 36, 836 votes.
Jalang’o was vying for the seat on the ODM party ticket and on the other hand, Nixon Korir was the UDA Party candidate.