Kenya is experiencing the third wave coronavirus. Many Kenyans have become too defiant to follow the protocols given by our beloved government.
Jimmy Kibaki who is the son of the former president Mwai Kibaki has emerged with a powerful message to all Kenyans. He has warned all Kenyans over their reluctant behaviors. Jimmy Kibaki has disclosed how Spanish Flue caused disproportionate damage and most of the damage was caused by the second wave than in the first wave. He has cautioned all Kenyans that Covid is not over and he has assured Kenyans that they will be safe if fully vaccinated. He has argued Kenyans to do their bit to reduce the damage caused by the coronavirus.
Jimmy Kibaki said"In 1918, Spanish Flu caused disproportionate damage in the second wave than in the first wave. COVID is not over. None of us are safe till we are fully vaccinated. Let’s do our bit to making the damage minimal."
Ministry of Health led by CS Kagwe came up with measures to curb the spread of coronavirus among them is the banning of political gatherings. However, political leaders have been at the forefront in defying the protocols imposed.
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