While in a interview with Citizen Television on Monday morning, Murang'a county Senator Hon Irungu Kang'ata has broken his silence over the Ministry of Health's daily reports on Corona Virus disease saying that he is not believing in the statistics 100%.
Kang'ata has informed that he is suspecting that there is a lot under reporting of Covid-19 in terms of Counties. According to the vocal Legislator, the Ministry of Health is also not testing a large number of people for covid-19 in respective counties.
He has therefore advised both the government and the Ministry of Health to reallocate the funds set to be expended on the Building Bridges Initiative back to fight Covid-19.
“I suspect there is a lot of under reporting of COVID-19 in counties. I strongly believe the money we are about to expend on BBI should be taken back and reallocated to fight COVID-19” Murang'a county Senator Irungu Kangata said.During the same interview, the Kiminini MP Chris Wamalwa on the other hand has urged Kenyans not to take the Covid-19 pandemic lightly. He has informed that if a powerful country like India in terms medical healthcare can be hardly hit like that, then Kenyans should just heed to MoH's Covid-19 protocols in order to save themselves.
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