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People react to suspected food poisoning at Citizen offices

Royal Media Services (RMS) offices in Nairobi. A suspected food poisoning at the offices claimed one life.

Royal Media Services (RMS) senior political reporter Francis Gachuri is well. The reporter came out to assure his fans of his state.

This happened after food poisoning incident at the Royal Media Services offices in Nairobi. The incident claimed one life, and Gachuri is said to have escaped by a whisker – which promoted him to thank God, and to assure Kenyans that all is well.

However, even though Mr Gachuri was elated of his stable health condition, the reporter is still a bereaved man, following the death of one staff member. The food poisoning incident took place on the 26th, December. In keeping with the Christmas arrangements, RMS had contracted a catering company for their services to the staffs who were on the night shift.

Other than the female employee who succumbed to the food poisoning at the RMS, other staff members are also said to be recovering in various hospitals within the capital city. “Thank you all for your calls, texts and kind concern. I am well. Condolences to the family of our departed colleague. Best wishes and quick recovery to our colleagues who are recuperating. Thank you. God bless you all,” said Gachuri.

Weighing in on the food poisoning incident, RMS Managing Director Wachira Waruru expressed dismay and sadness following the incident. “We are deeply shocked and saddened to inform the public that one staff member has unfortunately succumbed to the illness attributed to suspected food poisoning. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of our deceased staff member during this difficult time,” said Wachira.

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