For almost fifteen months now covid-19 pandemic has been wrecking havoc not only to the Kenyan citizens but also the world at large.
In bid to curb the spread of this deadly disease, different states and governments have put in place containment measures. From curfews to partial and total lockdown.
In Nyanza and western regions, counties have hardly been hit by the pandemic with their infection rate standing at over 21 percent. The president announced measures in view of mitigating the harsh waves of the pandemic.
This seems not to be well with Homa Bay Town Member of Parliament Honourable Peter George Kaluma who has since demanded that the government and relevant authorities should intervene and aid in carrying out mass and intensified vaccination.
However, Kenyans on Twitter could not hold down their anger. They have come out to castigate the parliamentarian terming him irresponsible.Hon Kaluma. Photo courtesy Twitter.
Some have advised the legislator to wait for the Building Bridges Initiative to sail through for the corona virus to be solved taking in mind that Hon. Kaluma is a diehard supporter of the BBI.
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