Murang'a Senator Irungu Kang'ata has recently given a grim depiction of the COVID-19 situation in the Counties.
According to Kang'ata massive underreporting in the Counties has led to the false thinking that everything was okay.
Kang'ata, claimed that he had personally witnessed how COVID-19 pandemic in Murang'a had brought about the death of his people whom he knew personally.
"I believe that more people have died or have been affected by COVID-19 in the Counties." "Kenyans should be fearful of a fourth wave." Kang'ata revealed.
He also revealed that if care was not taken, the COVID-19 Fourth wave would take the country to worse times.
He also revealed a host of measures which the Government should consider in order to prevent a fourth fave of infections.
According to the Senator, more money should have been pumped into the vaccination program.
The Senator, also urged the Government to conduct more mass testing campaigns. Finally, Kang'ata revealed that the 15 billion expected to be used for the BBI, should have been allocated for more vaccination of citizens.
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