Nuns Win Battle Against Priest, Take Over Kenyan Hospital
The High court has put an end of a seven-year legal battle between the Assumption Sisters of Nairobi - who are trustees of the land on which St Mary's Hospital stands - and an American priest, Father William Fryda, who founded the hospital in the 1950s. The old management run by Fryda has relinquished its power to the nuns whom the court found as the rightful owners.
Nation, 29 December 2017
A management tussle at St Mary's Hospital in Nairobi escalated on Thursday resulting in a few hours of disruption and suspension of services in parts of the facility. Read more »
Capital FM, 28 December 2017
A power wrangle that has been characterised by a protracted legal battle lasting for seven years surfaced at St Mary's Mission Hospital in Langata after police officers made their… Read more »
St Mary’s Mission Hospital staff locked out of the hospital in a forced eviction.