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Concerns After Senator Ka'ngata Contracts Covid-19 For the Second Time

By Itsonlyme | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 6373 views

Kenyans have taken to their different social media accounts to express their fears and concerns after a recent revelation where Murang'a senator has again taken to his social media accounts to reveal that he is currently trying to recover from Covid-19.


In a revelation that took alot of Kenyans by surprise, the outspoken Senator claimed that he was doing well at home where he is still trying to isolate himself from his friends and family members after he allegedly got exposed to Covid-19 virus.

This revelation has left alot of Kenyans wondering what's happening because as far as the health of Senator Ka'ngata is concerned, this is not the first time he is being infected but the second time.

According to the reports given by the president of the republic of Kenya, honorable Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta who was addressing matters to do with Covid-19 infections in Kenya, he urged Kenyans to consider taking the Astra-Zeneca jab which commonly referred to as Covid-19 Vaccine.

This he said was going to be a voluntary process adding that no Kenyan was going to be forced to take the jab. Ka'ngatas revelation has sparked alot of mixed reactions from Kenyans who seemed to have been confused on why there was an increasing number of Covid-19 infections in Kenya.

With a section of Kenyans claiming that people should take Covid-19 Vaccine, others went ahead and called upon the government officials to lead by example.

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