Anger over used needles in hospitals
I’ve been scared since I read in your paper that used needles and syringes were finding their way back to slum clinics and health centres.
I thought about children — being taken to the hospitals contracting new disease from the secondhand needles and syringes used and I plainly saw the unfairness of such action.
The dangerous act is done by people who only think of themselves and how to make money without caring who is put in danger. Authorities should not sleep on the job.
James Marekia, Kariobangi