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Celebrating the life of Dr. Daniel Alushula

It is with great sorrow that we announce the loss of our senior colleague Dr Daniel Alushula. Dr Alushula was a senior orthopaedic surgeon who served in the Western Chapter of the Surgical Society of Kenya. He was also a current member of the governing council of the society. He was a brilliant surgeon, mentor, teacher, educator and an inspiration to many.

Dr Alushula was a champion for our surgical camps, both in organizing and in attendance over the years. His sphere of influence was wide and this is reflected in the tributes that are pouring in.

Dr Alushula was not just a surgeon, but a brother and friend to many. We would like to stand with him and his family at this time. We would like to collect tributes, pictures and comments here that we can share with his family. Please share your thoughts or memories of our departed colleague.

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Dauod mwaura wrote on November 3, 2020 at 7:00 pm:
Dr Alushula was a great surgeon He was a giant on whose shoulders most us stood on during our surgical training journey and that’s why we have come this far From God we have come and to him is our return May God give the family subrah during this hard times
Shelmith Muthee wrote on November 3, 2020 at 6:40 pm:
A senior surgeon who mentored many and served with exemplary dedication....Rest in peace Dr Alushula.
Dr.Magaregikenyi wrote on November 3, 2020 at 6:25 pm:
Dr.Alushula was a dedicated colleague esp on SSK SURGICAL Camps.May his soul rest in peace. He was joyful and dedicated.
Dr Moraa wrote on November 3, 2020 at 9:20 am:
Papa! Even so, it is well with my soul Job1:21
Dr. Nyabuti wrote on November 3, 2020 at 7:39 am:
As a medical officer intern at Busia County Hospital during surgical rotation, Dr Alushula sponsored me to a surgical camp at Coast Provincial General Hospital and later the KOA scientific Conference. I remember he handed me two bank cheques first one for flight ticket and a second one for accommodation. When I arrived at the KOA Scientific Conference venue I realised thelat he had already done the registration for me! This went beyond just mentorship! These will I live to remember and his legacy shall live on. Fare thee well daktari(Baba) May His family find comfort. Sincere condolences.
Mr. Waswa Wafula wrote on November 2, 2020 at 10:05 pm:
My heartfelt condolences to the family of Daktari, the SSK family and the many people including myself that his gift of life touched. I celebrate his life and thank God for the opportunity He gave me to interact with Daktari during the SSK Annual Conference in Mombasa. What a Cool, collected and focused person I met!! But as they say, Kalamu ya mungu haina dosari. Buriani Daktari!
Dr Morris Aluora wrote on November 2, 2020 at 8:28 pm:
Kifo hakina huruma. Death has snatched us one of the most committed doctor in western Kenya. I had the opportunity to work with Dr Alushula at the Kakamega County General Hospital. He was very dedicated and loved his work with a passion. Rest in Peace Daniel Till We Meet Again
Hon Dr Robert pukose wrote on November 2, 2020 at 11:59 am:
Fare thee well Dr Alushula, a colleague, brilliant and dedicated surgeon. May Almighty God be with your family during this difficult time. May your soul rest in eternal peace
John Kanyi wrote on November 2, 2020 at 8:25 am:
A passionate, dedicated and resilient Surgeon. May God rest his soul in peace.
Josephine Kisato wrote on November 1, 2020 at 6:09 pm:
It's unfortunate that death has snatched you from us when we still needed your services. You have been a good Doctor to our familly moreso my Dad at your Kakamega Orthopaedic Hospital and a friend too. We will sure miss you Daktari. My condolences to the familly on behalf of Africa's family. Fare thee well Daktari.
Phillip Soita wrote on November 1, 2020 at 5:46 pm:
Dr .Alishula was a dedicated , resilient,firm, compassionate, caring and great surgeon. He delivered to his level best without tiring. Back in kakamega PGH as a med sup he offered the best of his knowledge both in wardrounds, lectures , hospital management and theater operations. I personally learnt alot from him in training. A man who had his patients at heart, a man who endured all storms at work , a man who ensured that all staff delivered their duties to the core. A great mentor, a great teacher he was. He has empowered many including me. Death is indeed cruel May he rest well.
Mustafa khanbhai wrote on November 1, 2020 at 3:35 pm:
May his soul rest in peace