Former Presidential candidate and Alliance for Real change party leader Mwalimu Mohammed Dida has sparked reactions online after sending a Bold Message to Kenyans concerning the Sputnik V vaccine that it's use was suspended in the country by the Ministry of Health on Friday.
Penning his thoughts in a post on his Twitter page on Saturday, Dida dismissed claims that the Russian vaccine was stopped because it is linked to Deputy President Dr. William Ruto saying Kenyans should know that there are bigger evil forces in the country and Not everything is about Ruto, adding that the DP is very inconsequential in the issue, a post which has illicited mixed reactions from Netizens.
Below are comments from Netizens on his post.
".. bigger evil forces.." smaller evil forces, smelly evil forces: same WhatsApp group (EVIL FORCES Inc)" a comment read.
"Oh! The bigger threat will be #BBINonsense . 30 plus parliamentary seats for the ruling mt Kenya mafia plus what they already got only means entrenched thuggery, looting and more British coming for arable land as “community”conservancies." A comment read.
"C name them. Otherwise the tweet is useless." A Comment read.
"Haiya ! Put it a hole ALL ! Toboa yote !" A comment read.
"It's okay how will you convince hawa watu ya Nyanza akina @matesobilachuki that Not everything is about the Dp.." a comment read.
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