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Worried Governor Kabogo Tells Kenyans What To Expect In A Few Days, Tell Them To Do The Following

By NEWSWIZARD.COM | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 30436 views

Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo is a worried man. The first has told kenyans all is not well and should expect President Uhuru Kenyatta to lock the country again. According to the former Governor, the third wave of Corona Virus has proved to be the deadliest with a number of senior living in the country having succumbed to the deadly virus. Kabogo who sometimes back revealed that he could have contracted the virus after interacting with Raila Odinga might have been lucky to test negative after the former Prime Minister was declared Positive.

The former governor has warned kenyans that the third wave is the deadliest and should take precautionary measures to save their lives. The former Governor accompanied his tweet with some herbal remedies to help in curbing the Corona Virus. In the last few days the daily number for new infections has gone above a thousand mark. The Ministry Of Health has also warned kenyans that all is far from well and they should put on their masks and keep social distance just like during the first wave. A big number of kenyans are putting their masks under their chin and going on with their lives normally.

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