Kathmandu, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli attended a programme held at the Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital (TUTH) on the occasion of World Kidney Day this morning.
The programme was organised by the TUTH’s Department of Nephrology, Physician for Social Responsibility Nepal and Free Students’ Union.
On the occasion, PM Oli stressed the need to maintain proper food habits and keep physical exercise for the safety of kidneys.
The PM also participated in a walkathon along with the hosts at the programme, shared the PM’s private secretariat.
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