Imagine being unable to go for a short call in the normal way for over 6 years. Well, this is the agony millions of Kenyans are going through. According to doctors at the rental unit at Kenyatta National Hospital, this is a growing problem in Kenya and the world over, and it is now being linked to rising cases of diabetes, hypertension and simple infections left untreated for a long time. But the good news is that in most cases, Kidney failure can be prevented. Violet Otindo spent time at the hospital’s renal unit where she attended a Kidney transplant session. Take a look.