IMF Is Doing Wonders: Kenyans React After Today's Covid-19 Update
By SammieN | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 20765 views
Kenyans have decided to attack CS Mutahi Kagwe after today's Covid-19 Updates. CS has confirmed that a total of 911 have tested positive for last 24 hrs. 18 people have also been confirmed to have succumbed due to this deadly virus.
Some section of Kenyans now thinks that the loan that was issued by the International monitery Fund (IMF) to help in managing the pandemics seems to be perfectly working as the curve can be seen to be flattening.
The country can only return to its Normal state if this pandemic is well handled and the curve is fully flattened. It is now very obvious that the measures that president Uhuru Kenyatta put in place to control the spread of this pandemic are working perfectly well.
Despite the deaths that are being recorded in the country everyday due to covid-19, some people still believe that covid-19 is a scam. Too bad. Corona virus is real guys and it kills.
Here are the screenshots concerning today's Covid-19 Update.
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