The Women Representative of Murang'a County, Sabina Chege, who is also the chair of parliamentary health commitee has broke her silence on the ongoing Covid-19 vaccination exercise. She has aired her remarks and proposals to the ministry of health over Covid-19 vaccination exercise.
The chair of parliamentary health commitee is proposing that the scientist around the country be supported financially, so that we can be able to produce our own vaccine. South Africa is manufacturing their own. She says we follow their footprints. The government has been doing it's best to provide equatable and affordable vaccine to it's people. However, there has been challenges like, India regulating exportation of vaccines because they want to sustain their own people.
The legislator argued that the ministry of health should allow all available vaccines in the country. However, following set procedures and policies. That they should let those who can afford to buy for their own. Her strong message to the MOH has stired different reactions in Twitter. Below are some reactions.
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