Briefing the nation on COVID-19 today, Kangwe issued awareness on dangers behind breaking protocols. Speaking in Muranga county, he emphasized political rallies and funerals remain breeding grounds for this global andemic.
His target was on politicans who address huge crowds everywhere they get chance. Political rallies intensify spread of COVID-19 as people come in contact.
Top political leaders like Raila and Ruto are epitome of ignorance, holding most rallies every dawn.
Mourner's make unspeakable blunders that enhance supersonic spread on the menace. Only 100 mourner's are allowed but that has not been the case. This measure has not bore fruits since implemented.
More enforcement toward curbing this pandemic have to be implemented to do away with this menace.
Campaign for zero political rallies might work better under these behaviors. If the stands over the same is loosen, it will be very nightmare to curb impreling situation in the world.
Changing attitude is top most goal Kenyans must do to contage the infection.
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