MP’s Last Talk With Medic Brother Before Dying in Cuba

Likoni MP Mishi Mboko has related how her sibling, the late Dr Hamisi Ali Juma, grumbled about the poor living conditions in Cuba before his demise on Sunday.

The MP was talking on a meeting with NTV when she expressed that Dr Juma had advised her “enough is enough”.

“Maybe two weeks or one week ago he had complained to me and he said that they were experiencing a lot of difficulties. 

“He said that the payment they were getting is not what they had agreed [with the government] and he also complained about a lot of mistreatment, narrated the emotional MP. 

The late Dr Hamisi Ali Juma (right) after successfully resuscitating a baby

Mishi was holding back tears recalling her brother’s dedication to the medical profession. 

Before going to Cuba, Dr Juma had come from Russia where he spent seven years studying. 

He was then sent to Cuba as the nominee for Mombasa County to study family medicine.

“In fact, he had decided that enough is enough and he’s coming back…he doesn’t need to study in Cuba anymore, that’s the last conversation I had with him,” the legislator told journalists. 

The Likoni MP also dismissed reports that the doctor committed suicide as the family hadn’t received the autopsy report. 

“I have talked to CS Sicily Kariuki and she has just confirmed to me that the postmortem is going on and she is also shocked that some messages are going around on social media that [suicide] is what happened but that is a lie,” explained Mishi.

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