Francis Gachuri Assures Fans He’s Safe as Food Poisoning at Citizen TV Claims 1 Life
Several Royal Media Services (RMS) employees have been admitted to the hospital over suspected food poisoning.
Unfortunately, the foodborne illness has claimed the life of one of the media company's female staff.
The lady was found dead in her house on Tuesday, December 27, a few hours after complaining of stomach ache in the company's WhatsApp group.
Following the sad occurrence, a section of Kenyans raised concerns about the state of the media house's other employees.
Taking to social media, Citizen TV's senior political reporter Francis Gachuri assured his fans he was safe.
He thanked all the people who had called and texted him inquiring about his condition.
The Forth Estate fellow also condoled with the family of his departed colleague and wished a quick recovery to his fellows recuperating in hospital.
“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.
The reporter said the food poisoning situation is being handled professionally and with utmost care.