City lawyer Ahmed Abdullahi has slashed at the health cs Mutahi Kagwe on how he has been running the covid-19 in the country. Through his tweet, he accused Kagwe and his team for giving Kenyans the same menu for 4 weeks.
"Despite being Nationally Lionized and widely glorified, CS Kagwe and his team have do 4 weeks fed Kenyans the same menu of 'today 4 people tested positive' Kenyans are not only very skeptical but are of the view that Kagwe and his team are 'All hat and no cattle' simply not upto job."the lawyer tweeted.
"With no discernible strategy, no mass testing or total lockdown to break the chain of spreading the virus, Kagwe and his team are blindly leading us to no where. How can we know how widespread the disease is without testing? What is the strategy to end this.."he penned.
The number of Covid-19 cases in Kenya rose to 225 on Wednesday with the reporting of nine more positive cases of the disease.
Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe said 803 samples had been tested since Tuesday, when the ministry reported a total of 216 confirmed cases since the coronavirus was first reported in Kenya.
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