The former Tusker Project Fame (TPF) judge also an actor Ian Mbugua sparked reactions among his followers on his social media account after he boldly mentioned what should be considered as priorities in Kenya.
Image courtesy: Ian Mbugua
Penning his thoughts in a post on his twitter account, Ian regretted that he was just dreaming about what he thinks should come first in the country at this time when Covid 19 is in the third wave.
In his thoughts, judge Ian felt that the Senate and Parliament should be holding special sittings to discuss mass vaccination programme, how to cushion Kenyan from the lockdown and curfew and how to revive the economy, a post which elicited mixed reactions from netizens.
"Senate and Parliament hold special sittings to discuss mass vaccination programme, how to cushion Kenyan from the lockdown and curfew, and how to revive the economy. Sorry, I am dreaming," Tweeted Ian Mbugua.
Here are some of the comments from netizens on Ian Imbugua's tweet:
What do you think should be treated as a priority in Kenya right now? Feel free to share your views.
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