“Our flower has been plucked” says the deceased’s sister, and colleagues mourn the loss in what is for them, a battle against ‘an invisible enemy’. Two nurses have also died from coronavirus in Kenya.
“The best sister you can never ask for, she loved hard, she loved hard … It is not well, is not going to be well… all I can say is that our flower has been plucked,” said Sheila Lugaliki, sister to late Doreen.
The best sister you can never ask for, she loved hard, she loved hard … It is not well, is not going to be wellLoading...
Deputy secretary general of the Kenya Medical Practitioners, Pharmacist and Dentists Union, Chibanzi Mwachonda while making a statement at the funeral stated that this is not a war for guns or bombs, but a war against an invisible enemy adding that all the doctors are quite sad today.
“My heart is quite heavy I can say that. I think even the mood you have seen here, we’ve lost our colleague and for us in these times and these circumstances she is what you call a fallen soldier because it is a battle for us,” he added.
Doren before her death was a gynecologist who was hailed by many of her patients for her professionalism.
#RIPDoreenLugaliki:So long ‘Daktari’ Adisa Lugaliki..
First Kenyan doctor to die of COVID-19 buried in Bungoma.
So long Adisa… Family, friends bid final bye to bubbly ‘Daktari’
Condolence messages depict a young woman with a kind and loving heart..#ASoldierHasFallen
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Kenyan health ministry said at the beginning of the month that 186 health workers had tested positive for coronavirus and that no doctor had died from the virus.