Well, a way from politics. Honorable Martha Karua has congratulated an Orange Democratic party governor for his bold move amidst this covid-19 pandemic. Kenyans are currently struggling with huge hospital bills and lack of Intensive care unites that can help in fighting those patients with severe covid-19 complications.
One of the essential requirement in a covid-19 treatment center is oxygen. Well, Kakamega county governor Honorable Wycliffe Oparanya Early on took to his Twitter handle to share some good news to his residents and Kenyans at large. He revealed that his county is now producing oxygen at a high rate, something that will help in fighting the pandemic.
With counties being able to manufacturer oxygen. It will surely help in saving lives that would have been lost by poor Kenyans struggling to get oxygen. It is a good project that has come at the right time and must be appreciated.
Martha Karua has congratulated him and went on to call on all other governors to follow the same route and establish such plants in their respective counties and help common citizen get access to the precious commodity.
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