Nurse missing from Nairobi found in ICU at Mombasa hospital

February 25, 2019 (5 weeks ago) 12:17 pm
Authorities at the Coast General Hospital have confirmed that she is admitted to the Intensive Care Unit/COURTESY

, MOMBASA, Kenya, Feb 25 – Margaret Wanjala Kilelu, a nurse who went missing in Nairobi last Thursday has been found admitted to the Coast Provincial General Hospital in Mombasa.

CPGH Chief Administrator Dr Iqbal Khandwalla said that Kilelu was brought into the hospital on Friday by a good Samaritan.

She was admitted to the ICU.

“She is a patient in our hospital. She was brought in on Friday by a good Samaritan, from a private hospital from Kisauni,” said Khandwalla.

He said doctors have attended to her and she is recovering well.

“She is now in stable condition, but cannot talk. She will need to undergo further tests,” he said.

Lydia Opiyo, a close family friend told Capital FM News that they got information about Kimelu on Sunday.

“The doctors have done several tests including CT scan, but they have not given us results. They said the scans did not show anything,” she said.

She added that doctors were on Monday expected to do several blood tests.

“They told us that they would try to look if she was raped or drugged. We are awaiting those results,” she said.

Kimelu went missing on Thursday at around 11am. She was last seen walking out of Tena Estate.



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