In a meeting held on Monday, 19th July between the World Health Organization and Ministry of Health representatives in Naivasha. It emerged that Covid 19 cases are rapidly shooting up in Nairobi County and the surrounding towns. It was revealed that the recent political gatherings on the roadside have escalated the virus infections. Even through the president banned political gatherings, that did not stop politicians from meeting their supporters.The latest surge goes to prove that our politicians never learn from their mistakes. This is because currently, the number of cases shot up in the Western region soon after Kisumu hosted this year's Madaraka Day celebrations, which saw prominent politicians being mobbed by people within the town. Now an increase in cases has been recorded in Kiambu County only days after the Kiambaa Constituency and Muguga Ward by-elections.
In the next presidential address, President Uhuru Kenyatta could be advised to put Nairobi County and other neighbouring Counties such as Kiambu, Machakos and Kajiado under lockdown.
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