The 2022 elections campaigns started long time ago and contestants are busy spreading their manifesto to Kenyans. Despite the fact that there is Corona-Virus which happens to be a deadly disease, people are still visiting place spreading campaign messages. Nobody seems to care about the state of our nation. Apparently, Deputy President William Ruto will be vying for the presidential seat come 2022. Today, he took his campaigns to Kiambaa region of Nairobi. The place was so full you could easily notice how people are prepared to welcome Ruto as the next president. There were thousands of people from Kiambaa region and even neighboring constituencies. Funny enough, nobody was observing the Covid-19 protocols. There was no social distancing. Only few people had masks. People were just knocking on each other while rushing to hear what Ruto will say. This might act like spreading zones and we will have more lockdowns . It is high time we help each other. Covid-19 is preventable. Just observe simple rules folks.
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