One of the core function of the media is to inform, enlighten or educate. But sometimes, an encounter with the editorial content in Kenyan outlets, can leave you none the wiser. The risk of being confused is so high, you couldn't know whether you need therapy or physiotherapy.
The newspaper article above is about a group of teachers, affected by alcoholism, completing a rehabilitation program.
But then then the horrendous first paragraph alludes to the odd fact that the teachers:
"...were enrolled for physiotherapy."
How?...Why?....Because who said?
To further compound this puzzlement, there's mention of psychiatrists being involved in the rehabilitation process.
In other words, professional psychiatrists, (do we have amateur ones?), were providing physiotherapy services, to recovering alcoholics.
In the public's interest, the media may need some editorial rehabilitation, from this kind of ignorance.