Kenyan government via the health cabinet secretary, Mutahi Kagwe has accused international communities for not fulfilling their promises under the COVAX program. The COVAX aimed to accelerate the development and manufacturing of COVID-19 vaccines, and guarantee fair and equitable access for every country. This would have seen countries which has the capacity to produce the vaccines, supported to manufacture more for the struggling nations.
However, speaking today Kagwe has accused some international communities of claiming to Kenya's friends but are not there to help. Mentioning, India, he claimed they have failed to provide enough vaccines despite having agreed to during UN meetings.
"You can't claim to be our friends and fail to help out when we need you, you are fake friends..., As far making commitments is concerned it your obligation to help in fighting global health hazard.." Kagwe lashed out international communities he termed as Fake friends.
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