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They them prescribe very expensive drugs and food supplements.
NDA Executive Secretary Mr Sematiko Gordon Katende told Chimpreports on Friday how the State House team and the organisation’s officials busted the fake medics.
“We went to one of the tents and asked the operator of the machine to test himself. It was found that his kidney and lungs were ailing. Five minutes later he was asked to test himself again and this time it was his pancreas and then the liver. After an hour we had come out with five different reports and if you totalled them the man’s body was entirely dead!”
Mr Sematiko explained that these computers are set in such a way that each person that comes to be tested will be found with a malfunctioning body organ.
“Sadly for each disorder, the people prescribe very expensive drugs and food supplements which must be taken full dose (which could go to Sh. 1million). Most patients being poor, they also accept to pay in instalments.”
He noted further that most of these machines pass through the immigration systems as ‘massage equipment.’
While they claim that this is new technology, most of them are not registered or licensed by NDA.
Sematiko called upon the public and police to always demand operating licenses from such quack doctors before they camp in their localities.