Former Kakamega Senator Bony Khalware has again attacked president Uhuru Kenyatta over what he terms as misappropriation of grants. He claims that up to date the president has received a whooping Ksh 214 billions in form of grants and loan to mitigate the spread of Covid-19. He furiously tell the president to stop sideshow and by the vaccineThis comes a time when the president has directed government agencies to plan for human vaccine production in kenya to cut on high cost that is incurred when depending on importation. He claimed this when he was addressing the nation on the state of Covid-19 pandemic earlier today. He announced some measures like extending curfew and banning Political rallies and gathering as part of reducing its spread.
However there other who feel that uhuru's administration should have purchased the required vaccines from high grants they have received so far. Khalware tells him openly that he has nothing to tell kenyan but to buy the vaccine
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