The nationwide curfew extention by another 30 days from the cabinet secretary for the ministry of health Mutahi Kagwe has elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans from different parts of the country with Mwalimu Dida asking Kenyans not to follow the order.
Image courtesy: Mwalimu Abduba Dida.
Penning his thoughts in a post on his Twitter account on Monday just moments Mutahi Kagwe's announcement, Mwalimu Abduba Dida said that democracy can be exercised directly or indirectly, therefore asking Kenyans to exercise it directly.
The former presidential candidate says that with a paltry 2milion vaccine doses, the government seems to not have plans to vaccinate Kenyans.
He says that with that, the country would need a total of twenty five months of curfew to fully vaccinate all Kenyans.
"I ask patriots to disobey the CURFEW extension. With a paltry 2m vaccine doses, the govt seems to not have plans to vaccinate Kenyans. We would need 25 months of curfew to fully vaccinate everyone. Democracy can be exercised directly or indirectly. Let us exercise it directly," Said Abduba Dida.
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