FROM RIGHT: Magarini MP Harry Kombe (right), Kilifi North MP Gideon Mung'aro (centre) and Ganze MP Peter Shehe chat at a rally in Bamba town. PHOTO | FILEFROM RIGHT: Magarini MP Harry Kombe (right), Kilifi North MP Gideon Mung'aro (centre) and Ganze MP Peter Shehe chat at a rally in Bamba town. PHOTO | FILE
By CHARLES LWANGA, [email protected]

Magarini MP Harry Kombe claims he has discovered HIV cure using a therapy.

He said he could cure a patient diagnosed with the virus that causes Aids at an early stage using reflexology therapy, which does not require any use of medicine.

Speaking to residents at Chamari in Kilifi County during a rally attended by Kilifi North MP Gideon Mung’aro, the MP urged youths to join his group for training to create employment by curing people.

SEXUAL ORGANS

“The reflexology does not only help to cure the HIV and Aids virus at early stages, but also reactivates sexual organs for men,” he said and urged impotent men to come out in large numbers to receive the cure.

According to World Health Organisation, there is no cure for HIV infection.

However, effective antiretroviral (ARV) drugs can control the virus and help prevent transmission so that people with HIV, and those at substantial risk, can enjoy healthy, long and productive lives.

But without offering any evidence, the legislator, who is seeking reelection in the August 8 general election on Jubilee Party ticket, claimed that the therapy has helped a 60-year-old woman to give birth in Nairobi.

“It also cures people suffering stroke, high blood pressure, stress, kidney failure, infertility, brain tumour among others,” he added.

SHOCK AND CONFUSION

The revelation left some residents in shock and confusion as some could not hold the laughter.

Mr Kombe said his team will be going round the constituency offering training to enable people get the therapy at a fee and create jobs to the youths.

“A 15-minute session of reflexology can cost between Sh200 to Sh500 while in Malindi town and beyond we will be charging Sh2,500,” he said.

Mr Kombe also urged those with traditional midwifery experience to come out in large numbers and join his group in order to continue offering the service to people.