COVID19 pandemic have altered the normal livelihood of most Kenyans. The pandemic has caused cessation of movement from one place to another. Government directive of lockdown in five affected counties has affected normal working condition in most companies and government offices. Today the senator of Nairobi county Hon. Johnson Sakaja offered a word of advice to most Kenyans in this time of COVID19 pandemic.
Due to restricted movement across the country, the super senator has called on all Kenyans to do fitness exercise to improve their immunity. He has adviced Kenyans to take advantage of this opportunity and do regular fitness exercise even if is just walking along the streets.
The senator offered this advice after attending a physical fitness exercise in Nairobi county. The senator was dressed in his gym attires. Through a photo shared in his official Facebook page, the senator is seen lifting heavyweight bars. He advised all Kenyans to follow his shoes to improve their immunity in this time of COVID19 pandemic.
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